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I want to feel like I'm being approached because they like me for me, not because I happen to have a skin colour that makes their dick hard." 6. I like kind, funny, dorky guys regardless of their race." 7.

"I am a Latina (Guatemalan) dating a white guy (Irish/Italian). Before I met his mum, he told me [she] is a Trump supporter, and hearing that made me feel a bit uneasy. And then towards the end, she asked me if I was born here.

While two decades ago, fewer than half of Americans approved of interracial marriage, now 65 percent of all Americans support such relationships, and 85 percent of young people do.

There are a number of reasons not to date interracially, including for social status, because it’s trendy or to remedy a rocky love life.

From the Antebellum Era on, such partnerships have allowed people of color to gain access to a quality of life that likely would’ve eluded them otherwise.

Although today racial minorities can largely succeed in society on their own, some elite people of color may feel the need to score a spouse from another race to boost their image or better fit into the corporate landscape.

My sister dated a Korean guy and my grandma freaked out about it.

My experience wasn't bad with South Asians, since we kind of understand why are families are so strict and do things the way they do. It looks weird', 'Why can't you skip Chinese New Year? We have traditions from our culture, you don't have to understand it but PLEASE respect it. One time I've even had a Caucasian woman mumble under her breath, 'What is HE doing with HER?

She is dating another Asian guy now, but she is hiding it from my grandma which I don’t think will work forever." 2. I live in a very liberal area where interracial relationships are very common, so I think people tend to be more accepting here than other places I’ve lived.

I have received a few rude comments in the past and so has my husband, but it’s not a regular occurrence or anything.

Once someone asked my husband if he was sure he wanted to have kids with me, because our kids wouldn’t look like him.

That’s the most hurtful and ridiculous kind of comment I’ve heard.

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