Aussie is absolutely correct. I think a lot of gay men, in particular, have completely unrealistic expectations about dating and the apps only fuel those expectations by allowing us to select/reject people for the shallowest of reasons. We need to broaden our horizons, live a little and give up on the idea of finding a perfect match. Mr Perfect does not exist! When we reject people on the basis of race/colour we need to really examine our motives. Is it genuinely a matter of preference, or a sign of hidden prejudice? When we use statements like "no blacks" or "no Asians", what does that suggest about us? Are we, in effect saying "I'm not racist, but...."?. Many people would rather not confront the reality that they might harbour hidden prejudices, but when we use exclusionary statements like these, we may need to face up to some issues.