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We never see your credit card or personal information.For credit card or check payment: The cost for 3-day access is .99 will renew at .99/monthly if not cancelled (limited traffic of 1000 mb per day).‘I think it’s so common on dating apps like Tinder and Bumble because of the relative anonymity,’ she said.‘If you’re in person it’s easier to call people out on using language like that.‘Online they’re safe behind a screen. They can say whatever they want and get away with it.’Miss Smith also experienced a man telling her he had ‘never got with a brown girl before’ and that she was ‘pretty for a mixed-race girl’.‘It made me feel like a box on a list of people to be ticked off,’ she said.‘It made me feel objectified.’After many of her mixed-race friends reported encountering the same kind of behaviour, Miss Smith decided to tackle things in her own way and wrote about her experience.© Copyright Sociedad Vascongada de Publicaciones, S. Queda prohibida la reproducción, distribución, comunicación pública y utilización, total o parcial, de los contenidos de esta web, en cualquier forma o modalidad, sin previa, expresa y escrita autorización, incluyendo, en particular, su mera reproducción y/o puesta a disposición como resúmenes, reseñas o revistas de prensa con fines comerciales o directa o indirectamente lucrativos, a la que se manifiesta oposición expresa.
This is not unique to Asia, however, as most people will do the same to African and European countries as well.
The student who is studying English Literature at the University of Leeds has also been told she's pretty 'for an Asian girl', has called on the apps to do more to educate their users about using racist language.‘Maybe Tinder, Bumble and other dating apps could do some educational videos about how to avoid being casually racist and avoid micro-aggressions,’ said Miss Smith.‘It’s tempting to put this all down to special snowflake syndrome; to say that this is all a massive overreaction, and that we shouldn’t take such comments to heart.‘But that’s not good enough.
Racial micro-aggressions are essentially normalised, everyday acts of racism, and we can’t just brush them under the carpet.‘I don’t think guys realise they’re being offensive.
Serena Smith, 18, from Cambridge claims that casual racism is rife on apps such as Tinder and Bumble and is frequently left upset by remarks from potential dates.
Mixed-raced Miss Smith told Mail Online: ‘It really angers me when people call me "exotic". It’s what you’d call a place, or an animal or a dish of food.