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Once again, this is really sad as it just reinforces a society in which women are pitted against each other.This can also be a problem with men, such as you getting shunned by your girlfriend’s male friends.The typical advice about interracial dating says to “just ignore it.” In reality, it won’t be so easy.You might have to adjust your relationship to avoid the discomfort and general displeasure of society.As Ernest Baker points out at Gawker, it is based on years of white dominance in society.Whites are privileged in this society and having what they have serves as validation for a lot of people.You might not have a bit of racism in you, and your reasons for dating the man/woman of your dreams has nothing to do with race at all. Be prepared for the stares, stupid comments, and maybe even violence (thankfully, this doesn’t occur often anymore in Western countries).
By comparison, attraction is often just the spark which initiates a romance. If they don’t think your interracial relationship is based on a fetish, they might think it is a status thing, or a “come up.”This is most seen in interracial relationships with white women and black men.Yes, it sucks to let bigots dictate your life, but it is difficult not to let racism ruin your evening.For example, one interracial couple in Houston said they stopped going to country music concerts together.As liberal as your partner and community are, there is much to be said about the decades of internalized racism that his/her parents might harvest.In this article about meeting the parents when you are in an interracial relationship, David Schiller gives some good tips, like pretending that you like all the food and refraining from mentioning race at all. Even if you think your family is totally cool and not the least bit racist, it might still come as a surprise when you show up for dinner with a person from ___ race. Some of these questions might be well intentioned, but ignorant and painful nonetheless.
Couples often face hurdles or “rough spots,” such as money problems, disease, employment troubles, and so forth.