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The "other" races make up 8.9% of Reddit's U.S. userbase, but 33.8% on Braincels.
The most overrepresented races seem to be East-Asians and South-Asians, making up around 6% of the U.S. population, but around 20% on Braincels and around 13% on This agrees with findings among U.S. college students where "being Asian" was the best predictor of never having kissed (see Table 2),<ref name="kissed"></ref> and East-Asian men being perceived as less masculine and least preferred by women in online dating.<ref></ref>
One should keep in mind that among college students, incel rates are higher and East Asians also have a slower [[life history|life history speed]].<ref></ref> Being more k-selected, East Asians may be more sensitive to [ [evolutionary mismatchesmismatch] ]es such as the absence of arranged marriage<ref></ref> women's unusual high-status role,<ref></ref> overpopulation, or even the rise of mutations (see [[behavioral sink]]). Braincels is nearly exclusively male and may suffer other biases different from the Pew Research samples, which may limit the accuracy of the figures above.
These statistics correlate with racial fertility rates being 20% higher in Hispanics (notably Mexicans make up 63% of hispanics<ref></ref>) and 8% lower in Asians when compared to Whites.<ref name="statrace"></ref>


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