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1,741 people in the database. Interesting findings, though perhaps explainable. First, 62% of them women… because women are more interested in relationship stability? Second, we’re finding seeing fewer matches than might be expected based on population-wide academic studies of allele frequency. For example, while the population in the US has 40% presence of GG, that group makes up only 23% of our submissions to date. The availability of the GG allele seems to diminish linearly from 23 to 50, suggesting that GGs settle into relationships and stay there. (Or give up on dating after encountering too many GAs and AAs?)

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