My man finally understood why I waited so long to tell my family. True love is worth the fight, but I couldn’t have been so strong without my husband and our friends.
My sister and our friends supported our love and relationship and that made it easier to deal with the challenge of my parents’ disapproval.
While the rate of interracial dating and marriage has definitely grown in the past decades, exactly how many are marrying?
Of those who do marry, which ethnic groups are most likely to be together?
While it’s more common to see interracial couples walking hand-in-hand at the park or in the mall these days,my then-boyfriend and I stuck out like sore thumbs in the south.
Harder than dealing with back labor without any meds.My parents hated my husband the first time they met him.They didn’t hate him because he was a theater major and out of work actor.Our phone calls were still strained, but my parents only truly came around after my daughter was born almost 9 years ago.I’m not sure if it’s because they realized my husband wasn’t going anywhere, or we were their only hopes of having children since my sister was still single.