The site nudges you to answer as many questions as you can stand, and it also nudges you to make your answers public, as you can only see the answers of potential dates if you disclose your own answers.
Answering questions allows Ok Cupid’s fancy algorithms to identify people who might be a good fit for you.
For example, OKCupid asked, “Would you date someone shorter than you?
Regina King, who was married for almost 10 years to her son’s father, is speaking out to her fellow black women, advising them to try dating outside their race.
She explained her reasoning to VIBE: Of all groups of people, Black women are the least likely group of women that will date outside of their race. And 9 chances out of 10, that man didn’t even give a f*** He couldn’t even tell that you had a pimple that day or that your hair wasn’t done. And the men that do that are really paying attention that hard to your ass or t******or exterior stuff, that’s probably not the best person for you anyway.
But all the other friends of mine, it’s either they vocally say that they won’t or every time an opportunity comes up for them to date outside of their race, there’s some excuse why it’s not going to work.
They never really say it’s because he’s White, or because he’s Spanish or something like that. I think in New York, you find more Black women that date outside of their race.