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Thanks to our unique Relationship Questionnaire, e Harmony ensures that you’ll be matched with UK black singles who share more than just your skin colour; our matches are based on 29 dimensions of compatibility, so you’ll be one-step closer to finding someone who’s completely right for you.At e Harmony, we know that finding black singles that you’re compatible with can be a daunting prospect, which is why we really take the time to get to know you and what you’re looking for in a partner.As a single woman who relocated to the UK from Canada a few months ago, I can neither confirm nor deny this unflattering rumour.

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Instead, we’ll send you a carefully selected batch of matches each day, specially tailored to you, helping you save time and discover more about your matches than just the way they look.

e Harmony’s unique matching algorithm isn’t the only thing that sets us apart from other black dating sites.

Whether you’re looking for Black British, African, Afro-Caribbean or African American singles, we’ll match you with people who share your core values – the really important stuff that long-lasting relationships are built on.

The Relationship Questionnaire does take some time to complete, but it covers all of the core values that we know will help your relationship go the distance – and it’s one of the reasons why we’re one of the best black dating sites in the UK!

There has been much debate in the UK press recently about the concept of what North Americans call 'dating'.

Gwyneth Paltrow rallied to the defence of a Canadian girl who wrote an article for a UK magazine.

Whether a sign of creeping cultural imperialism or just an excuse to get bladdered on Bud Light and eat undercooked hotdogs, I'm unsure.

However, it's made me think about the differences between us and our pals across the pond.

I must warn you that this post is very long as it contains both the article written by the Canadian woman that appeared in 'The Spectator' in the UK AND the response by another Brit who lived in New York for some time. I think that both articles are extremely funny as well as informative.

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