Plus in this day and age people have enough to deal with in relationships without adding racial differences to the list.”- Michele W.
Melina Diaz a 23 yr old Dominican and Indian from St.
Thomas said that dating her Arab boyfriend became difficult when their religions clashed, “There became a point where we just broke up because we knew that was no future for us.
Some even consider a interracial relationship better because of the things that you learn from the other person.
Really, interracial dating shouldn’t be a factor because you have absolutely no control over who you fall for.
from Courtyard Apartments “I think that only dating within your race only limits you.
It limits the chances of you meeting a potentially great partner just because you’re hung up on the shade, notice that I said shade, of their skin.” –Jenny H.from Stockwell “I am in an interracial relationship and I love it.My grandfather was completely against it at first but when the rest of the family supported the relationship and he actually got to know my boyfriend, he has actually warmed up to the idea which is an huge step.” –Su J.Miller’s father blatantly did not approve of his daughter dating a white male.The fact was that her father most likely had a fear of whites from the racism he experienced as a young Chinese man growing up in America.Though mixed couples are often scrutinized and put under great pressure from their families and society, the trend of intermarriage will continue to grow and have a very positive affect on the families formed. Miller, an Asian woman, introduced her Caucasian boyfriend Jim to her family, she said, “He [her father] shook Jim’s hand and grunted while looking away when they were introduced.