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‘London is one of the world’s most multi-cultural cities and we’re proud to be part of the diverse and inclusive area of Greek Street, Soho.‘Zebrano has a wide range of events from Drag Brunches to live music and comedy nights; so we feel very honoured to have a client base reflective of London’s rich tapestry.‘That’s actually quite a startling level of concern that you can’t actually go into this place.You’re that scared that you can’t go into it.’ Sadly, he says he has met people before who claim they are not racist because they are dating someone of another ethnicity, while avoiding places where they themselves are a minority.Nicky Sowemimo was taken aback when he got the message, just as they were about to meet for their first date at Soho Zebrano in London’s West End.
While sites like Match and e Harmony require users to build extensive profiles detailing their interests and personality traits, apps like Grindr, Tinder and Bumble rely on selfies as the determining factor in a user’s decision to swipe right (yay! As a result, users are often more blunt about their physical preferences, including race and ethnicity, right in their bios or their DMs.
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A 32-year-old black man cancelled his date after a woman he’d been speaking to on Tinder for weeks said she ‘doesn’t go to black people places’.
She has an affection for actor Tom Hardy and as for what she’s looking for in a man, she prefers ‘tall guys who are muscly and athletic.’ ‘I want someone who is funny and that I can have fun with and doesn’t take themselves too seriously because I am daft,’ she said.
‘Looking at my past relationships, I don’t really have a type, it’s quite broad.