My name is Kelly and this is my high school sweetheart Isaiah. I’m Mien and he’s part black and part white. We’ve been together for a little over 6 1/2 years now. Our relationship has gone through many challenges. Dirty looks from random people to my family not approving of our relationship. Overtime, they’ve come to see what a great person he truly is. It only takes time and patience. We recently got engaged on Valentines day and planning our wedding to be in Summer 2015. I love calling him my fiance but I can’t wait to finally call him my husband. interracialdating
I didn’t realize that I was in an Interracial Relationship until someone told me. And that someone was my girlfriend. We were dating for a couple of weeks, and our native languages were different. We were born in different countries and we have been exposed to different cultures. But I didn’t really think our races seemed to be worthy of mention until the entire world together with my girlfriend decided to get interested in how our (non-existent) children would look like. And now that I think about it, despite its flaws, interracial dating is pretty awesome.
1. Beautiful Kids
All kids are beautiful, but somehow there is an added expectation that mixed kids are more beautiful. This may be completely untrue but it’s nice to know that if you ever decide to have kids, they will be created from a larger and more diverse genetic pool. It is also scientifically proven that the further you are racially, the lower chances of genetic complications.
2. Learn a New Language
OK maybe not fully learn but at least pick up a few romantic phrases and some swear words from each other. My girlfriend is better at picking up my mother tongue than I am, and sometime when I speak to my grandparents she knows what’s going on. And it’s incredibly cute when she tries to use some of the words on me although her pronunciation sucks. I only know about 2 phrases and 5 words, and 3 of them are inappropriate for public use.
If there is a huge perk of dating someone outside your race, it is the food you get to enjoy. You don’t only get to eat amazing native dishes; you also get a personal commentary of each dish’s history and its role in your partner’s culture. And if both your parents are aware of your relationship, it makes it even easier for you guys to go over to each other’s houses and enjoy an array of Amazing food, lovingly cooked by the mothers. And if you are lucky, even the specialties of the grandmothers.
4. Challenge Stereotypes
While stereotypes may be true, they are nasty little blinding forces that hinder you from getting to know people more authentically. When you love someone different from yourself, you expose yourself to diversity and realize that it’s OK for people to be different. You don’t foolishly say things like “He’s a (insert race), that’s why he’s like that.”
5. Grow Stronger
Every relationship has its problems but somehow an interracial relationship seem to have more because of the possibilities of disapproving family, friends or society. When both parties are mentally and emotionally strong to endure these problems, they find themselves growing closer and stronger as a couple with each passing day. After all, what’s life without a few bumps right? How can we appreciate something if it’s super easily attained or maintained?
My name is Casanova and my fiance Alena and I have been together going on 6 years! I love her more and more as life goes on, God blessed us with a beautiful baby girl that everyone just absolutely loves unconditionally, we live in Alabama and have overcame several obstacles, withstood the heat and weathered the storm and still strongly united we stand! Love knows no color! #interracialdating
This is my partner and I , He’s Kenyan and I’m white Australian. We have been dating 3 amazing years in April 2014, he is truly my best friend and is dearly loved by my family. I will be meeting his the following year it’s a bit tricky because they are all living in Kenya. We do get stared at a lot and judged in public. It used to affect us for the first year or so but now we’re used to it and we try to not let it affect us as we are very much in love and have the love and support from our families and friends. That is all that matters to us. I really love this page especially seeing interracial couples who have married , have had kids, and have made it down the long road very inspiring.
Interracial Relationships are relationships. Whether it’s between a man and a woman or a same-sex deal, it’s who you’re attracted to, and shouldn’t be about the color of the other person’s skin. If two people love each other and care about each other then that’s all that should matter life is too short to worry about color
A relationship is a relationship period. The benefit of being in an interracial relationship is the culture clash/mesh. You learn cultural differences between one another that can be amazing if embraced. Life is what YOU make it.
They are just like any other relationship, but there is more room for misunderstanding due to cultural differences, societal expectations, and perhaps genetic expression.
I love Interracial relationship! Not because of appearance, but because there is never a day that isn’t interesting. I have learned so much, and have been able to fall in love with the other side of the world in a way that I wouldn’t have been able to without the interracial relationship.Because of our different cultural backgrounds that makes relationship feel so passionate.
When two people like each other and trust each other, you have all the ingredients necessary for a healthy and good relationship.We can’t see the future, but I reckon that things will work out all right.What counts is their compatibility, not the color of their skin. Being black or white is totally irrelevant in a relationship. If they like and trust one another, give and take, bring some humor into the relationship; things will work out just fine.
Skin color is totally irrelevant.