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Two popular black dating sites — Black and Black People — each report a rise in the number of black women using their services, though representatives could not give profile counts.Lane, who has been dating online for more than four years, said she is searching for companionship online because of the combination of (her) busy schedule and (her) passionate desire to find love.

columnist Jenice Armstrong found true love on Match.com, the most popular online dating site, which boasts of being responsible for 6 million first dates and 12 marriage proposals per day.If I cant find one here in New York, then maybe I can find one across the world online.New York isnt the only place in the world to find a good black man.Jay Man45 was about 15 pounds heavier and 20 years older than his profile picture on Lane put up with the awkward silences and forced laughter for about an hour and a half, but decided to skip dessert because of an upset stomach.She received two phone calls from Jay Man45 after their meeting, but never answered.He described himself as average-looking, but lots of fun.

Lane appreciated his modesty and was excited about meeting him.

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Most daters on mainstream sites like OKCupid, Tinder and are white.

And the statistics say that most of those white men are looking to date someone who “share their racial background.” That means that, for the most part, black women’s profiles are passed by.

But Armstrong believes that many black women are not using online dating sites because there is a significant percentage of the black community that is not computer literate, and they just dont understand.” According to a 2005 survey by the Journal of Urban Health, only 47 percent of blacks in America owned a computer, about 60 percent of them women.