In the past, interracial marriage was not something that was acceptable and it did not occur at a high rate.
The topic of interracial marriage is something that still incites debate.
An increasingly globalized world has resulted in diverse and culturally tolerable societies, where men and women are looking past skin color, religion and race, when choosing their significant other.
However, this doesn’t hide the fact that interracial relationships are faced with an additional set of challenges that same-race relationships are not.
The person that you connect with is something that your heart chooses for you.
When you truly love someone, it's easy to overlook superficial differences like race or language. Before you get yourself involved in an interracial relationship, you need to know the possible advantages and disadvantages of this kind of dating to help you prepare for prejudice, stigma and other negative reactions you may face as an interracial couple.
Dating interracially with misguided motives will inevitably lead to problems.
You’ve dated a long line of losers—deadbeats, cheaters, manipulators.
I grew up in a Hispanic household, but my wife is from Iowa.
Does is it mean that the stigma of dating outside your race is a thing of the past? Here's an inside look at the complicated lives of mixed-race couples.