” But despite criticisms that the website is inherently racist, Sam Russell, the 53-year-old Utah man who founded the website with his wife Tami, told the Washington Post that the site is not racially motivated in any way.He insisted that it was born of the idea that singletons of “every origin, race, religion and lifestyle” can find someone for them, even white people. “The last thing in the world I am is racist.” He compared Where White People Meet to Christian Mingle and Farmers Only as examples of preference-based dating websites.In fact, the online dating game can feel rigged if you’re not white—OKCupid has found that all men, regardless of race or ethnicity, were more likely to rate black women negatively—and those numbers haven’t changed much since 2009.Being an MBA student from Darden Business School, University of Virginia, Jatin—Founder and CEO of Pytha GURUS Education Pvt.In addition, there’s also Tinder, for mobile-first millennials, and Hinge, for anyone who’s afraid of Tinder, and Grouper, for those who prefer to bring two friends along to blind dates.
But what seems to have escaped Russell is that white people can already find each other with ease on these apps—and in real life, especially in Russell’s state of Utah, which is 91% white. “Where White People Meet” could pretty much describe almost every online dating website.
The rest 20 per cent, that is, the interview process can be easily cracked if prepared well.
We catch up with Jatin to get a lowdown on the curious case of MBA: MXP: How is the MBA application abroad different from the MBA application process in India?
JB: In India, 80 per cent of your B School preparation is targeted towards getting a killer Math + Verbal score in CAT or other entrance exams.
The creator of the online dating website Where White People Meet has been getting some questions about why he and his wife would build such a site.
The answer, according to the website’s “About Us” page, is “why not?