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If you don’t have enough jerks in your life, sign up for an online dating app.It will only be a matter of time before you encounter some spectacularly offensive and unsolicited people and materials.According to Christian Rudder, co-founder of Ok Cupid, the pattern has stayed pretty stable through the boom in online dating, from 2009 to 2014."Ok Cupid users are certainly no more open-minded than they used to be.If anything, racial bias has intensified a bit," he wrote in his blog.According to Warren Hoffman in writing for the Huffington Post, antisemitism is experienced by Jewish LGBT people on both racial and religious grounds, as well as racism against gay people of color, misogyny and transphobia. According to the Encyclopedia of Lesbian Histories and Cultures, lesbian feminist organizations do not discuss antisemitism when discussing the fighting of oppression because they believe it no longer exists or is not as important as racism or homophobia.

Many people experience racism in the dominant LGBT community in which racial stereotypes merge with gender stereotypes; for example, Asian-American LGBTs are viewed as more passive and feminine, while African-American LGBTs are viewed as more masculine and aggressive.

After scrolling through a handful of shockingly racist Grindr profiles, the diverse group of men, most of whom have been victims of Grindr discrimination, weigh in on what it feels like to interact with the sometimes down-right hostile online community.

They also discuss the important difference between preference and discrimination.

Online dating apps provide fertile ground for these kinds of appearance-based biases to take root.

And that’s starting to spark some very important discussions around dating and identity.