Colorblind interracial dating
She replied, "I think that issues of race are a larger conversation that people project on a relationship, but for the two people in it, that's not the primary thing on their minds."I had never thought about it that way before, but it struck a chord because it's so true.
Fred and I rarely discuss race because it's not the biggest difference between us. We went to rival colleges: He's a Georgia Tech grad, and I'm a UGA Bulldog.
The researchers asked 124 straight college men, half Black and half white, about their views on race and had them rate the dating profiles of three Black and three white women.
As it turned out, the guys who said they were "colorblind" were anything but.
In a perfect world, it wouldn’t, and this world of ours is anything but perfect.
The stares from people who don’t approve of interracial dating will always fall on every passing interracial couple.
When I was asked to write an essay about my relationship in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. I've been in an interracial relationship with my fiancé Fred for two and a half years (and dated a bevy of men from different cultures and races before that), and I was raised by my parents to believe in Martin Luther King Jr's philosophy: All men are created equal. But after staring at a blank document on my computer screen for over 2 hours, I wondered why I was still struggling to put thoughts to paper. In fact, race is never discussed or even alluded to on the show.