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“Black women have never been enslaved by other group of men other than white men, so you have that whole history right there that makes these relationships [between black women and white men] the most different, the most daring.” Despite this, Judice said race was not an important factor for most of the 120 people she interviewed for the book.

“The main thing that I found most interesting is that these people are just normal people,” she said.

So we’re often left to wonder, from the perspective of young Arab men, what are their personal deal-breakers?

We reached out to seven young Arabs to get some insight on their top deal-breakers: Karim, Palestinian, 23“I’m not willing to have a partner who flexes on me and other people that he views as weaker than him.” Bilel, Libyan, 27“I dated a stripper once. I was trying to pray and her lifestyle was far from religious.

Unfaithfulness is also something I hate and wouldn’t tolerate in a partner.

"I am on the fourth day and have already got 28 matches."Sadly, racism and harassment on dating apps is nothing new, but this spells out the discrimination more clearly than ever.

Tinder's user terms and conditions dictate that "you may not post, upload, display or otherwise make available content that promotes racism, bigotry, hatred or physical harm of any kind against any group or individual." But that kind of behavior can only be reported if someone has actually received a racist message or if someone posts or uploads "content" that is discriminating.

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