While he said white people were the most likely to consider relationships with people from other ethnic backgrounds, he said the biggest 'reversals' in preference, are observed among groups that display the greatest tendency towards in-group bias.
Professor Lewis' study also found that a person who is contacted by someone from a different racial background for the first time is more likely to reply, which he explains using his theory about 'pre-emptive discrimination'.'Based on a lifetime of experiences in a racist and racially segregated society, people anticipate discrimination on the part of a potential recipient and are largely unwilling to reach out in the first place,' he said.
The Regency period is epitomised by the Regent himself.
And yet I have often picked up a “Regency” romance, only to find that it is set in 1823 and not set in the Regency at all!The pace of contemporary life is so frantic that people just don't have time for their personal lives. That is why more and more men and women resort to online dating.It’s a very convenient way of meeting potential partners: you have thousands of profiles before your eyes, and your special someone can be among them.When you think you’ve met the perfect partner through an online dating website or app, but the other person is using a fake profile to form a relationship with you.They’re using the site to gain your trust and ask you for money or enough personal information to steal your identity.