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InnoSang169 karma

Does this finding account for proximity bias ? Meaning people of same religious beliefs tend to visit and therefore meet in the same place, same with political leaning, personality traits etc, meaning that the real factor is spacial proximity. If we put 2 polar opposites on religious, political, ethnical etc. Parameters in a place where they can frequently meet, and see results would probably to still some factor of success in dating. So basically how do you account for spacial bias in such a framework ?

InnoSang2 karma

I have studied the impact of sexual orientation and gender identity on "promiscuity" or "kinkyness", from my findings (which are limited to OKcupid open source dataset and may be biased) sexual orientation and gender identity has a strong impact on someone's "promiscuity/kinkyness" level. Any similar or dissimilar findings on this subject ?