The article quoted Lucas' account when police approached them and asked how he knew her and what their relationship was."They were questions that quite frankly made me feel like that they were questioning me being like the client of a prostitute,” Lucas said.The Daily Beast writer, Keli Goff, continued, “Mixed-race families are the fastest-growing demographic in America, there is not a single interracial couple I know who has been together for an extended period of time who has not experienced some awkwardness or indignity that same-race couples do not.” How the couple was treated created a flurry of outrage online.On Monday, Huff Post Live provided some perspective on how bias against interracial couples has persisted for decades.Below are four areas that can harm your interracial relationships:1. In an interracial relationship, there’s a good chance that at least some of these challenges will be accented, especially if you choose to have children.2.Clashing values – When you come from different families of origin, you will make different assumptions about how a family works. Comparisons – You and your partner bring unique differences to the marriage.In the time allotted, however, I'll do my best to give you at least a summary of what I uncovered in my research and how I hope this information can generate some much needed fresh discussion on race and relationships._______________________ Arlington, VA: What effect, if any, does an inter-racial marriage have upon the children that result?
I spent almost a year working on it, and it goes into far more depth about things like the "double standards" between how black men and black women view interracial dating, the issues facing bi-racial children, and why it is that some women who should know better choose "bad boys" instead of the "nice men" they say they want!
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