Trials Of Being In An Interracial/Intercultural Relationship

Trials Of Being In An Interracial/Intercultural Relationship I have not put pen to paper in some time.  My husband has stated and encouraged that I should.  I do admit that I have been on somewhat of a writer’s hiatus-LOL.  It has been a concerted effort and choice for me to share other love stories instead …

INTERRACIAL LOVE: DEALING WITH ULTIMATUMS

Interracial/Intercultural Love: Dealing with Ultimatums He/she is not good enough for you! They are not our kind!  We will never speak with you again! You are a disgrace!  All those people do is X!  What kind of kids will you have?   Tradition These are all discriminatory and stereotypical remarks brought on by fear.  Fear …

INTERRACIAL/INTERCULTURAL DATING: INDIAN WOMAN AND HAITIAN MAN–I WAS PREPARED FOR THE BACKLASH BUT…

 INTERRACIAL/INTERCULTURAL DATING: INDIAN WOMAN & HAITIAN MAN  ROSHNI AND DAVID’S LOVE STORY     Interracial relationship!—there are two distinct but typical responses one usually gets from people who hear these words. One of the responses is a positive delight while the other, the more dominant one, is unfortunately that of a negative nature.  INTERRACIAL RELATIONSHIPS …

7 No, No’s Of Interracial/Intercultural Dating

7 No, No’s Of Interracial/Intercultural Dating Loving Day And Beyond… Unequivocally, interracial/intercultural dating and marriages have grown astronomically in the U.S. since Loving vs. Virginia.  Loving vs. Virginia is a June 12, 1967 ruling by the U.S. supreme court which voided laws prohibiting interracial marriage.  This decision prompted a rise in interracial marriages and is commemorated each year as Loving Day. …

I am An Indian Woman In Love With A Nigerian Man.”What Did Your Parents Say?”

I’m An Indian Woman In Love With A Nigerian Man “What Did Your Parents Say?” Guest Post By Sukhi Saggu What did your parents say is a question that I often get asked when I say that I am in a relationship with an African man. I am an Indian girl who has grown up …

My Interracial/Intercultural Relationship Caused Me To Be Disowned By My Family

My Interracial/Intercultural Relationship Caused Me To Be Disowned By My Family This Relationship Is Not Allowed Growing up in an Indian family, I, Sachin became accustomed to hearing the normal stereotypes used to describe African-Americans, Asians, and a barrage of other ethnicities. From a family perspective, there wasn’t any ill my parents had with these ethnicities; …