Leftswiper saidOnline forums have more anti-social people with crappy existences. Anger at their own situation is usually deflected at some other group. Hence all the bigots/homophobes/racists
I would guess that if you don't consider that segment of the RealJock population, the remainder would be less racist than society at large. I think this would be because, other than the anti-social element, men are here to discuss a shared interest in health and fitness that cuts across racial lines. In other words, on the issues that bring us here, we can find a lot to relate to each other about. A previous poster mentioned video gaming forums -- I don't have experience with that, but I imagine that is another example of this. But, unfortunately, there are a lot of very vocal people with a very entrenched personal commitment to voicing extreme views on any number of political or social (and personal!) issues -- seemingly, for them, the more extreme and disturbing the better!
On the other hand, one of the things I value about this forum is that there are sometimes some discussions of race issues (among many other issues) that are enriching and constructive. Sometimes these can come across as a bit "unsophisticated" and/or repetitive, like "why don't men of X race like men of Y race?" But I think discussing those issues openly and frankly can lead to a higher level of self-understanding and community understanding on those issues. I think that such discussions can result in turning differences into things we can celebrate in harmony rather than problems that provoke anxiety and divisiveness. And, in my view, there's no good reason for such anxieties and divisiveness once we realize that we share a common humanity (and common sense), regardless of sexual orientation, gender or race.
On a side note, it really puzzles me why anti-social posting seems to strongly correlate with being very vocal, being very entrenched in one's views and being very active in posting. It's almost as if these people are saying. "I dare you to try to reach out and help me in my 'crappy existence', but I'll put up an enormous psychological barrier to any such attempt." Puzzling.