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Related: Elisabeth Moss, 'The Handmaid's Tale' and the power of celebrities in scientology Ansari goes on a round of first dates in the second season's fourth episode (properly titled "First Date"), offering a glimpse into what it’s like being single in New York City in 2017 while on dating apps as a South Asian man amid a variety of ethnically diverse women.
The conversations are candid, hysterical, sometimes awkward and always accurate in their representations of today's culture and racial relations.
Color Dating aims to facilitate more positive messages around interracial dating.
"We know that the places we live and hang are often segregated by race and class. "And the groups that face the most discrimination, African-American women and Asian men..are pretty far from equality online."Despite the obvious flaws in the apps many people use to determine who they meet in their lives, the issue isn’t typically showcased on TV or the silver screen.
That was two months ago — since then, Color Dating has attracted more than 30,000 users and quite a bit of positive feedback.
Tran, a Seattle native who re-located to the Bay Area after stints with Student RND and Tune, said that he primarily made Color Dating after females consistently told him that “I don’t date Asian guys,” or, “I’m just not attracted to Asian guys.” Tran felt that this was unfair and that the trend carried over into dating apps like Tinder.
See all of the "Oh, being a black woman on these apps?
Completely different situation," one of Ansari's dates says over some glasses of red wine.