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Ok Cupid has given people who are proud of their opposition to interracial marriage and their desire to date someone with a “strong negative bias” toward people of color a friction-free way of finding like-minded (read: racist) mates.After a Vice documentary about last weekend's Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, featured white supremacist Chris Cantwell, he was banned from Facebook.There currently are only 110 active members on the site from places across the globe. To create an account, WASP Love asks many of the standard dating site questions—sex, age, height, etc.But it also asks for religion and political views, which is where Donald Trump comes in.Since starring in a viral documentary on the weekend’s protests and violence, Cantwell has published a blog post calling Heather Heyer’s murderer a “hero,” posted a video of himself crying over his FBI-issued arrest warrant, and wrote an apology to Donald Trump for wishing for a president who “does not give his daughter to a Jew.” In the wake of the media coverage of Cantwell’s white nationalist ideology and the violence he perpetrated at the weekend’s demonstrations, Ok Cupid announced on Thursday that it was banning him from the dating site for life.“Within 10 minutes” of being alerted to his account, the company proudly tweeted, it booted him from the platform.“I am a avid republican and truly believe that Trump will save our country,” one user, with the handle @brittl88, wrote in the section of her profile asking to describe her political views.
The online dating site announced the decision via Twitter and followed up by tweeting that "there is no room for hate in a place where you're looking for love." The site also asked users to report anyone who appears to be involved in a hate group.While it’s okay for conversations about white supremacy to make you uncomfortable (hey, we should be uncomfortable with that shit), being generally aware of how race plays out and feeling fairly well versed in Being honest about the ways in which race is complex – both inside and outside of your relationship – shows a willingness to engage with a part of your partner’s identity and experience in a way that really holds them.