But here's one thing that's not up for debate: If white people are what you seek, you don't need to go online to find them in America. In Utah, where the site was conceived, the population is 91 percent white.That's right, folks — if you want to find "where white people meet," get out from behind that screen and into the world! to care deeply about natural, free-range, fair-trade foods is of much more importance to many white people than what they actually put in their bodies.” But despite criticisms that the website is inherently racist, Sam Russell, the 53-year-old Utah man who founded the website with his wife Tami, told the Washington Post that the site is not racially motivated in any way.He insisted that it was born of the idea that singletons of “every origin, race, religion and lifestyle” can find someone for them, even white people. “The last thing in the world I am is racist.” He compared Where White People Meet to Christian Mingle and Farmers Only as examples of preference-based dating websites.been identified as "gifted," that kid's parents will likely tell you it's simply because incompetent teachers, tutors, psychologists, behavioral experts, counselors and therapists haven't been able to identify that child's important talent quite yet. Not content with being the darling of so many white people under 40, Mayer has now taken up performing with surviving members of the Grateful Dead in a bid to win the hearts, minds and souls of white people over 60.
Once a profile has been created, members can view the profiles of other members of the service, using the visible profile information to decide whether or not to initiate contact.
“If we want equal rights in this country, it has to be equal rights for everybody.” Russell points to his site’s recent traffic as evidence that others agree: More than 100,000 people visited White People Meet on Sunday, and — as of this writing — 1,033 people have registered to browse the site for free.
(Russell would not share how many had actually become paying members.) He insists that the reaction has been overwhelmingly positive thus far; it’s the people criticizing him, he says, who don’t truly understand the true nature of race and racism.
The creator of the online dating website Where White People Meet has been getting some questions about why he and his wife would build such a site.
The answer, according to the website’s “About Us” page, is “why not?