She told the Salt Lake Tribune: 'I just thought it was kind of strange they would put it in Utah. So you're going to put up billboards here so you can meet other white singles?Every day you can meet white singles.'If it were some type of a hate group that was putting these billboards up, we would take a closer look at the actual target.
But here we're seeing other advertisements for [dating services for] black singles, for LDS singles.' On their website, the unidentified founder writes: 'People ask all the time "Why White People Meet"? " Just about every other race, religion and walk of life have dating websites.'We believe that finding your perfect partner, your soul mate is one of the best ways, as humans, to obtain happiness.Furthermore we believe that all men are created equal (the word men stands for a species, not gender).He just wanted his dating website to get attention.Utah resident Sam Russell says there is nothing racist behind his website Where White People — and that he isn't afraid of backlash for the site, which drew viral attention and controversy after a billboard was installed last week. I just believe it's hypocrisy to say 'one group can do this, but another can't.'" Russell says he conceived the website on a day home from work, when he noticed TV ads for Black People Meet, a dating site for African-American singles.
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