How people feel about interacial dating
Black people are standing up and demanding to be seen, and to matter, in ways I have read about in history books, but have never experienced in my lifetime.
Whether we are talking about #themovementforblacklives or #sayhername, as a community we are requiring that our full humanity not only be recognized, but that safe spaces be created for the expression of that full humanity—whether good, bad, or ugly.
Long after this ruling, interracial couples were still harassed and discriminated against.
And, yes, it still happens to interracial couples today.
Read on for some common things people hear when they're in an interracial relationship (that they really could do without):1. Reaction Gifs"'Have you always had a thing for Asian (or black, etc.) men?
My husband was about to leave for the store and he gave me a kiss and said he loved me, and after he left, my sister said, 'Dang ... ' My response to her was, 'Jerks come in all colors - I just have a great husband!
But let us not forget that just 50 years ago interracial marriage was illegal in many states.