Black men like Nate Parker and John Ridley have publicly accused Black women of being closed-minded or sabotaging them in a spiteful display of intolerance because the men date non-Black women.
And a white-dominated American society, which sees itself as way more woke than it actually is, can’t understand why Black women aren’t reflecting the same acceptance of interracial relationships as the rest of America (even though the country just came around to it less than 60 years ago).
New Brunswick— Rutgers University may lure potential students with its academic rigor and acclaimed faculty, but a new survey says it's also a great school to get a date with someone of a different race.
Interracial Match, a dating website, named the university the top school in the nation for interracial dating.
The myth the Black women are against interracial dating gets fired off from several different directions.
Race will continually be injected into their relationship because society will put a big red stamp on their foreheads that reads, “This is different.” We want to highlight the experiences of people in interracial relationships.
We want to remove that stamp and lay bare and open what it is like to be them, the pros and cons and everything that goes along with them.
Americans are already what racial purists have long feared: a people characterized by a great deal of racial admixture, or what many in the past referred to distastefully as "mongrelization." In pigmentation, width of noses, breadth of lips, texture of hair, and other telltale signs, the faces and bodies of millions of Americans bear witness to interracial sexual encounters. These different kinds of interracial intimacy and sexual depredation all reached their peak in the United States during the age of slavery, and following the Civil War they decreased markedly.
Others contained elements of both choice and coercion.
franchise by becoming the first Black Bachelorette, we knew Rachel Lindsay was open to interracial dating.