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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 incels.co. 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">https://incels.wiki/w/Scientific_Blackpill#Being_an_Asian_male_in_the_USA_is_a_primary_predictor_of_.27never_being_kissed.27</ref> and East-Asian men being perceived as less masculine and least preferred by women in online dating.<ref>https://incels.wiki/w/Scientific_Blackpill#Black_men_and_women_appear_.27more_masculine.27_than_whites.3B_Asian_men_appear_.27less_masculine.27</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>http://philipperushton.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Race-Evolution-and-Behavior-ocr.pdf</ref> Being more k-selected, East Asians may be more sensitive to [[evolutionary mismatch]]es such as the absence of arranged marriage<ref>https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1474704919887706</ref> women's unusual high-status role,<ref>https://incels.wiki/w/Scientific_Blackpill_(Supplemental)#Women_were_historically_predominantly_involved_in_cooking_and_they_never_dominated_men</ref> overpopulation, or even the rise of mutations (see [[behavioral sink]]).
 These Generally, these statistics correlate with racial fertility rates being 20% higher in Hispanics (notably Mexicans make up 63% of hispanics<ref>https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/09/18/how-the-u-s-hispanic-population-is-changing/</ref>) and 8% lower in Asians when compared to Whites.<ref name="statrace">https://www.statista.com/statistics/226292/us-fertility-rates-by-race-and-ethnicity/</ref>
Caveats which may limit the accuracy of the figures above: (1) Braincels is nearly exclusively male and may suffer other biases different from the Pew Research samples. (2) Latino includes Brazil, but not Spain, and Hispanic vice-versa.
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