Mr Montgomery said there was chemistry between the pair before they met in person but said there was no attraction during their first face-to-face date.
Dating experiment 'Date My Race' is hosted by Santilla Chingaipe and will feature three participants with racial bias when it comes to dating.
" " is a common saying on gay dating apps and it means just what it sounds like — the user is not interested in talking to people of size, feminine-presenting men or Asian men.
"What is the issue if like, an Asian guy messages you on Grindr? "It's like, are you immediately going to be like, ' Oh no, you're Asian, I'm not going to like you'?
Alexander Montgomery, who grew up in Singapore, said although he has dated other races in the past, an 18-year-long relationship with a Caucasian man led him to believe 'once you go white, nothing else seems right.'The 42-year-old, who will appear on 'Date My Race' on SBS on Monday night, said he knows his views are controversial – and racist by some people's standards – but defiantly stands behind his opinion, according to the Gold Coast Bulletin.'I really feel the white race is the superior one today.
I only date white men.'Mr Montgomery, who wrote 'True Confessions of a Potato Queen,' claims his views are not racist, but simply a preference for what he finds more attractive.
And Grindr presents several challenges for different groups of people.
Now, two men have decided to speak about the specific problems that Asians face on the dating app.
He compared it to someone who likes to date people who are tall.
He also said he believes Caucasians are ‘kinder and more sympathetic,’ but that could be why Australia has ‘the refugee problems it does.’ Though there was chemistry between the pair before they met in person, he said there turned out to be no attraction during their first face-to-face date.
I grab a seat in a bar and order a Stella Artois, even though it’s happy hour on cocktails.