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Negative views on interracial dating

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I would like to hear opinions on interracial relationships.

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I don't fully understand why white women want a black man.But i think they are a cute couple and the guy is really nice.I am 14, but I had a serious...(well as serious as they come @ 14) bf, who was african american and my grandma hated it.Have you subscribed to negative stereotypes about your own race?A couple embarking on an interracial partnership must prepare themselves for curious stares and racist comments you have never before experienced. If you are not a strong person - mentally and emotionally - then interracial dating is best avoided.I think my mom was..after knowing my sisters fiance for 5 years, shes over it and loves robert as well... What is she objected to the guy having tatoos up and down his body ?

I think that no matter race or color, you have one person in the world you are meant to fall in love with... What if she objected to the guy because he was real short ? But as soon as it comes to race, you can't object because you must be racist. Secondly (and this is true) many black men want to impregrnate a white woman because it's the ultimate fantacy.

First my parents started complaining, than my friends. We are finally learning that the outer shell of a person does not change who they are on the inside.

I believe that interracial relationships strengthen individuals and build harmony between different races. My Grandma is completely racist..doesnt approve at all of my sister ,24,...is marrying an African American Man, also 24, In May...

The very fact that you would even argue against me about the extent of our progress is evidence enough that we are concerned with acknowledging the inherent humanity and rights of all people.

It’s fantastic, and we should be proud of ourselves for that!

On the flip side, African American men who so much as looked at a white women could be killed, and brutally so.