Love is blind....
My husband of 6 years is Caucasian and I'm Hawaiian/African American. I love being in an interracial marriage. It's totally normal for my family. I am the youngest of 9, 7 adopted. My parents are Caucasian with 2 biological children. Then I have 3 Korean sisters, 1 Korean brother, 1 'ginger' brother hehe, African American brother and then me, the baby. My Korean brother and one Korean sister both have Caucasian spouses like I do. My African American brother has dated girls with large racial backgrounds and another Korean sister is dating a Caucasian. My parents have also fostered 4 Navajo teenagers and a baby no one wanted because it's stomach was outside his body or something strange like that. All of that was about 25 years ago. I love my parents and thank them for opening their home up to children from all over the place. I never once heard the word 'adopted' when I was growing up. We were all the same. I found it, and still find it weird when people ask what it's like to be adopted, or if 'you find it hard to connect to your adoptive parents.' Anyway I guess what I'm trying to say, is me being married to a white guy feels no different then it would for any other white person.
Yes and I am. I am White American and my boyfriend is Black African.
Race isn't an issue to me. I have never been in a serious relationship with anyone other than the same race. But I have had sex with both males and females of other races. It's just skin.
Absolutely! Am so obsessed with white girls......
Definitely yes. Matter in fact, I am highly interested in dating/marrying a woman outside my race or culture. I would feel better about myself. I am curious about a race/culture I am not fully aware. <br />
I think that being with someone of the same race/culture is boring unless that person is special or important to you.
Definitely, race means absolutely nothing to me. Someones personality is what matters to me, as long as I like their personality then we're good.