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23-Jan-2016 16:06

Interracial marriages can include the combination of White, Blacks, Asians, Hispanics, and any other group.

However, when people talk about interracial relationships, the first things that mostly come to their mind is relationships amongst black and white (Vernellia, 1998).

The Internet is full of all sorts of untrue stereotypes that are passed off as "facts."Don't ask me if my Japanese fiancé is a work-a-holic with a small penis who loves to drink sake, kill whales and pressure his wife (me) to do housework all day. By only dating white men, I would be cutting out a whole group of viable dating candidates. In this day and age where divorce is becoming the norm, I'm more worried about making it to our 10-year anniversary than whether or not my possible future children will get bullied because of their mixed heritage. I grew up all over the globe (Texas, Ghana, Japan) and saw racism in all sorts of forms.

After a quick chat with some other interracial couples, I realized my experiences were not unique.

Dating expats entails knowing where to properly put yourself in order to avoid appearing indifferent or ignorant of the other person’s cultural frame of reference.

Knowledge may come from observation, or, if the information is not volunteered, may need to be teased out from the other person.

This information is not easily volunteered for fear that the person concerned may be rejected on the basis of this information alone.

People know that others are not comfortable getting into a relationship where they are second, so they want to hold off sharing this crucial information until they know they have a chance of being accepted for who they are, not for who they were.

In a recent interview with The Trauma & Mental Health Report, Arlene and Kay shared with us the challenges of being an interracial couple and how they overcame various obstacles.



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