Biracial women dating
"I'm Vietnamese and have dated South Asians and Caucasian men. I understand wanting to learn more, but there is also a better way of asking.
My experience wasn't bad with South Asians, since we kind of understand why are families are so strict and do things the way they do. It looks weird', 'Why can't you skip Chinese New Year? We have traditions from our culture, you don't have to understand it but PLEASE respect it. One time I've even had a Caucasian woman mumble under her breath, 'What is HE doing with HER?
I try not to over analyse it because I don't want to make a big deal over it. We don’t generally attract too much negative attention, and both of our families are neutral about our relationship.
It's a new experience for me and it makes me nervous sometimes. There has really only been one strange incident where we were stopped in a supermarket by an older white couple (in their 60s), who enthusiastically gushed over how 'cute' we are, and told us we were the 'future of America'." 9. I couldn't tell my parents but my siblings knew, and they were chill with it.
I would like our families to get along but I don't know if they will. He didn't tell anyone in his family because he said they would be racist, especially his mum.
Other than that, everything else was pretty chill." 10.
I’ve had people at work assume that I was his intern/assistant as well, rather than an equal colleague." 3.
I've gotten some stares, but I usually get stared at by myself anyway.
With Caucasian men, it was more a lack of understanding why we do a lot of traditional cultural things - it almost came off as disrespectful.
Interracial dating isn't without its problems, but today interracial relationships enjoy more support in the United States than they have at any point in history.
Dating interracially with misguided motives will inevitably lead to problems.
You’ve dated a long line of losers—deadbeats, cheaters, manipulators.