In today's day and age, I'm finding that interracial relationships are becoming more and more common. But if you take a look around, it is just a fact that most couples you see are of the same race. Even if the numbers of interracial couples are higher than I've ever seen.
I can see both sides of the argument. You really can't control who you are attracted to. On the one hand, there's no denying that someone of the same color can relate to you on the same level as far as stereotypes go, how you are perceived and dealing with a lot of the same racial issues, etc etc. It's only natural that we seek out others we have something in common with. On the other hand, there's the obvious: we are all the same color underneath our skin.
Personally, I can honestly say that I am attracted to men of all races. I guess I should point out here that I am asian. Before I met my husband, I dated all sorts of different guys. Whites, blacks, hispanics, asians. I sampled them all. I did find that guys of a certain race would carry some of the same traits. I also went through a 2-year period in high school where I only dated asian guys. And my husband was the type that said, "I will date other women but I will only marry a black woman.".
I met my husband on through a interracial dating site http://www.interracialmatch.com/photo/charminggmolly . Those friends who willing to find an ideal interracial match, just go to the site.
Written by LSGH, on 21-10-2007 04:40
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