“It’s just not working.” when two sides come together People always say love you want to be with. But not all things are based around love. Because sometimes the differences … Continue reading CULTURTAL CLASHES: WHEN BOTH SIDES DON’T WORK
“Yanked in both directions.” the struggle is real When growing up in the United States as a biracial child, you are sometimes stuck between the two worlds of the racial … Continue reading WHEN THEY’RE BROUGHT INTO THE WORLD: CHILDREN OF INTERRACIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND THEIR STRUGGLES
“Slim options, forced to keep an open mind.” Over the recent years, interracial dating and marriage have climbed in the African American community. And for the longest it was the … Continue reading FED UP: WHY BLACK WOMEN HAVE CHOSEN TO BE WITH NON BLACK MEN
“I feel this way and don’t even know why.” Walking up the street, a White woman grabs her purse as I walk by; I instantly go into a space. A … Continue reading THE SENSITIVITY THAT IS US: WHERE DOES THE FEELING OF AN ALLEGED RACIAL INTERACTION COME FROM
“I commend those who can do so.” Living in New York City, you become accustomed to seeing interracial relationships. But me myself, I have never been in one. Not because … Continue reading COLORBLIND OPTIONS: WHY IT’S HARD FOR ME TO DATE INTERRACIALLY
“Why they object.” I read a recent post on Instagram where a statement was made regarding model Ashley Graham. She is currently married to a Black male and stated that … Continue reading OH, HE’S BLACK: THE OBJECTION TO DATING BLACK MEN
“Is love really color blind?” I myself have never been in an interracial relationship, but I see the struggle. To say that people have an uphill battle when living their … Continue reading Interracial Dating: Does It Matter?