Read them and let us know your feelings on the matter in the box below.Pankie: “No but I’d definitely like to some day.” Janine: “I am currently in a relationship with a coloured guy and he is the amazing!They say fear is all in your mind, but we can all admit the world has a way of reinforcing those fears on a daily basis.Black women are walking tales of resilience and strength, and it's all embedded in their skin.Preferences can be funny things, or at least our judgments of them.If I were to state that, “I have no interest in hiring a black person to do this job”, I would receive more than a little condemnation for that view.Wedding Bells to be ringing soon :-D”Saleena: “I’m happily married to a coloured guy & wouldn't trade for the world.”Karen: “I have done and yes, would do – it seems odd to see this question considering where we are!?Race should not be a relationship issue.” Cecile: “Yes I have, and the question we all must ask ourselves is were you serious enough, so serious that u wouldn't mind taking him / her home to meet your parents.
In her article, Jenny discusses some data released from a Facebook-based dating app that figures out which people are interested in which other people on some sexual or romantic level.
Just be aware that the person you’re dating may be sensitive about subjects to which you just can’t relate.
A woman of color might take offense if you refer to her as “exotic”, even if you just thought you were giving her a compliment.
Of course, there’s no one guidebook that applies to every interracial relationship out there.
The challenges you’ll face, as well as their intensity, will depend on various factors: whether you grew up with similar socio-economic backgrounds, if you live in a big city or small town, and which races are involved.