Toronto, ON (PRWEB) June 27, 2007 -- MixYourWorlds.com launches new social networking tools aimed at helping its members create diverse friend groups while helping them realize and change their racial biases.
MixYourWorlds.com (http://www.mixyourworlds.com) pushes social networking boundaries and mindsets by asking its members: "Can racial profiling be fun?" With the introduction of new applications designed to assist members in creating diverse friend groups, MixYourWorlds.com hopes to make users aware of and change their racial preconceptions.
As a fully-featured, web 2.0, social networking site, MixYourWorlds.com allows members to communicate and express themselves through instant messaging, fully-designable "worlds," friends list, personal blogs and more. The "racial profiling" comes from tracking the make-up of users' friends on the site and pointing out racial attraction preferences and biases. Harrison hopes that this new take on the current social networking phenomenon will make the site a beacon for those looking to expand their social base beyond what MySpace and Facebook offers.