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  7. Every once in a while, another article comes out that proves that online dating, and the ideas surrounding it, are the worst. The study also showed that, based on which users received the most attention, women peak in desirability at age 18—with a few other factors held against them, as well. However, it just lays bare some ugly truths about the way heterosexual men view women they are trying to date. On the other hand, while an undergrad degree is acceptable, a woman in postgraduate work is seen as less desirable. Of course, there are some ugly and racist facts involved, as well: white men and Asian women are seen as most desirable, with Black women falling lower on that scale. The article does note that this is from a predominantly white app, which in itself is problematic. The idea of a woman peaking in attractiveness at 18 is deeply predatory and frightening. This is an incredibly toxic idea to pass on to young women, who need to be shown that their worth does not solely exist in their physical attractiveness and that they are not going to become somehow lesser as they age. Of course, this is almost to be expected, since the relative anonymity of the internet allows for people to openly be racist and toxic with minimal consequences. On certain apps, people will even put their racial preferences in their bios, which is just downright bigoted. This study just shows that societal biases and racism that are present offline are very much present online as well. We are well aware of the harmful ways in which women, especially women of color, are treated. What we need are useful ways to fight biases and change society for the better.

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