Call it my colonial hangover if you will, but I’m attracted to white guys and I’m a fan of cross-cultural and interracial dating.I’m a 23-year-old Indian woman dating a Frenchman for four years, and this blog is my attempt to explain why an interracial couple should not be regarded as a repulsive oddity, as they so often are in our country.Take a look at the results below: Similarly, non-White men are 19% less likely to contact White women than non-White women According to the data, the majority of Australian singles are looking for love outside their own ethnic group, which reflects a similar cross racial dating pattern in the United States — the data there showed that all men preferred Asian women, except for Asian men! Aziz Ansari’s Master of None was released on Netflix Friday, and from buying Plan B and apple juice with a one-night stand to doing a Skype interview in a public coffee shop, the show captures Millennial concerns in a thoughtful, non-condescending way.Interracial dating among Indian people I have heard is taboo even in the most diverse cities.My family doesn't care what race I date or marry but in my town interracial dating is not highly looked upon exactly. In her case, the slaves end up being her hot girl friends. Click here to download all of Ruth Blackwell's Interracial Cream Pies! Every queen has her slaves and Ruth is no exception.
Interracial and cross-cultural dating has become more common among young men and women today, probably because we’re more globally conscious than we’ve ever been.
Anyways I am 18, for the past 6 years of my life I have been in a small deep south town (you can call it a small city) where I have been basically the only Indian I know of, at least the only one that is 18.
Currently I am in community college, finished high school this past year and hope to transfer to a more diverse town for college or city for college.
But it’s much easier to list television shows with white/person of color relationships.
There’s Troy and Britta (Community), Jay and Gloria (Modern Family), Tom and Helen (The Jeffersons), Angela and Shawn (Boy Meets World), Brad and Jane (Happy Endings), Toni and Todd (Girlfriends), Jasmine and Crosby (Parenthood), Santiago and Peralta (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Captain Holt and Kevin (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), to name a few. Many of these shows were conceived with interracial relationships at their center.