A billboard showing a beaming Caucasian woman with a smiling Caucasian man with his arms wrapped around her from behind against a romantic pink-fade-to-purple background would likely have gone unnoticed by Utah freeway drivers as an advertisement any other online dating website—except this one was called Where White People Many will argue that a dating site devoted to racial preferences is implicitly racist. At this point, we’re not promoting same-sex relationships.
If they cry racism over every little thing they should leave our country and go back home.
Yet if there was an all white dating site the niggers would cry racism, that is the whole point and you are missing it Deezil. I can't creat a WET, or White people or anything that would segregate any race from involvement.
“I was surprised when they would put up billboards here so you can meet other white singles because every day you can meet white singles, apart from being perplexed by the need for a service to meet white people in a state that—according to 2014 census estimates—is more than 91 percent white.” “We didn’t do this [dating site] because we’re racist.
We did it because: one) we thought it was a great business concept, and two) we have a right to, and we want people to understand everyone has rights.
Not that I would believe this child molesting scumbag over my own daughter.
The point is Deezil if blacks exclude certain types of people it is okay, but if whites do it it is "discrimination" That is the whole point of the review and it is no wonder people don't like them.There may be white dating sites, but not white only dating sites.Hey ttow not every complaint about blacks by a white person is racist pull your head out of your ass.He stressed that anyone 18 and over can join and was absolutely not opposed to interracial relationships. It may not be a site for them [gay men and lesbians], and I get it. That’s their choice.” The 53-year-old from Utah runs a car dealership as his prime job, but decided to create Where White People when he was home sick watching daytime television with his wife, Jodi, and noticed a slew of advertisements for race- and religion-specific websites.Russell said, “Black People Meet.com, LDSSingles.com, Farmers Five months later, there’s a site.”This is actually a second marriage for the couple, though Russell said he never tried online dating.Sam Russell, 53, of Salt Lake City, Utah, probably had a feeling his online dating startup, Where White People Meet, would stir up a little trouble. Now we get it…there’s all kinds of niche dating websites like Black People Meet, Christian Mingle, JDate, etc. “We are not racist at all, without question,” Sam stated. Sort of like preaching to the choir, but then there’s the internet… The billboard created such chaos that the city took it down.