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Posted on Tue, Apr 26, 2005 11:35

any one on here for interracial friendships/relationships?



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Posted on Thu, Jun 30, 2011 01:06

How old are you? And where do you live?



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Posted on Fri, May 20, 2011 19:36

A very nice one baby, you are hot as fire, love it.



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Posted on Wed, May 04, 2011 18:38

I had a few interracial relationships in the past...some worked out, and some didn't. It wasn't cause of race, it was because we were 2 totally different ppl, who wanted 2 different things, we didn't see eye to eye.

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Posted on Thu, Jul 01, 2010 07:02

things are different in Canada vs America,there are places in the States where interracial couples are still viewed as a no no.



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Posted on Mon, Jun 21, 2010 19:11

I've had several interracial relationships. They are like any others... some are jerks some are cool. Marriage on the other hand seem to be a wake up call though, the thought of "bringing you home to mommy" does not seem to sit well. Usually by the time the relationships blossoms that deep we end of breaking it off. Fam and Friends cannot take it. However it may be the region I'm in - western, KY.



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Posted on Wed, Mar 24, 2010 01:22

The statement I love white men, is that saying that you dont love black men, or men of color(maybe asian). But you've dated black men. What are you really saying? Seems to me that maybe white men is your choice and not a man.Lady's please, if you have a preference then just say it. I would'nt say that you are a racist but an easy out for you would be to make certain decision's in life that I find very sad. I am a black male and personally I dont care what color a woman is(most men dont) but the thing is a beautiful woman is a beautiful woman and I will not switch races just because of my experiences with one race. If that were the case I would be looking for a purple woman by know. Just stop it please!

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Posted on Tue, Oct 21, 2008 16:52

I love the kind of thought-provoking--sometimes ignorant, but sometimes insightful--comments that people bring to the table. I also happen to love dating interracially. I embrace my identity as a black woman fully, but just find the discourse, intimacy, and sometimes even the arguments to be different, more interesting, less vanilla (no pun intended). If people decide not to date interracially, I understand it, and I think there are many valid reasons not to. However, if a man ever decides that my race, my origin, or my ethnicity are "deal-breakers"...I consider myself extremely fortunate to have the ability to repel people with an extreme character flaw (prejudice). Simply put, if he is a closet or unconscious racist, my brown skin will send him running...a blonde haired woman might not be so lucky :)



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Posted on Thu, Jan 31, 2008 19:37

what a nice thing to say about women of color...I'm impressed. I'd love to talk more.

pamela



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Posted on Sat, Jan 21, 2006 13:27

jessiko555 write:
I believe in interracial matches cos I myself am a product of one..and I didn't turn out too bad now did I? hehe.. Anyways, I think it depends on what races. I know for myself, if a chinese were to date a dark person, it would be highly looked down upon maybe because of movies and television putting bad ideas into their heads. it also depends on what is your environment..is it mostly caucasian? Asian? .....Living in this muslim dominated country there is HUGE racism. Mostly against philipinos and Indonesians and Indians cos they are imported for labour work.

I personally could not see myself marrying a black man but I have no problems marrying a white, european, asian or spanish (drool)....but that's just me. It would cause too many problems.

I have had to adopt 2 different cultures being that I was born an raised in Canada, am Catholic, but also practice buddhism from my mom's side of the family and trying to learn chinese to converse with most of my relatives. But I love it, i think different cultures are beautiful and amazing!!


I'm sorry, but to say that you wouldn't date someone because it would cause to many problems is the biggest load of crock I've heard by far. (Excuse my language). Isn't that just perpetuating the cycle? In France I've heard a lot of men say they wouldn't date an Asian woman because they would get harassed. If you won't date someone simply because of what color skin they are just say it, but don't make up some stupid excuse to justify their claim.

In the African American community, black women get the wrath like no other if they are seen with a caucasian man. Yet my boyfriend is white because we care about each other and we couldn't give a rats @$$ what anyone says. This is 2006, if you can't accept people for who they are and rely on how other people are going to perceive them, then you are the epitamy of a loser with a functionless brain who needs to grow up.

I'm sorry but hearing ignorant stuff like that really burns me.



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Posted on Tue, Jan 17, 2006 09:52

I believe in interracial matches cos I myself am a product of one..and I didn't turn out too bad now did I? hehe.. Anyways, I think it depends on what races. I know for myself, if a chinese were to date a dark person, it would be highly looked down upon maybe because of movies and television putting bad ideas into their heads. it also depends on what is your environment..is it mostly caucasian? Asian? .....Living in this muslim dominated country there is HUGE racism. Mostly against philipinos and Indonesians and Indians cos they are imported for labour work.

I personally could not see myself marrying a black man but I have no problems marrying a white, european, asian or spanish (drool)....but that's just me. It would cause too many problems.

I have had to adopt 2 different cultures being that I was born an raised in Canada, am Catholic, but also practice buddhism from my mom's side of the family and trying to learn chinese to converse with most of my relatives. But I love it, i think different cultures are beautiful and amazing!!



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Posted on Sun, Jan 15, 2006 11:10

I think folks will talk about anything. whether it is a white and black relationship or one that has abuse in it white on white and black on black and so on. some folks just like talking about others it gives them the feeling that they are better than another or they are doing so much better than another. it is like these shows on TV in the day time. airing all the dirty laundry so all can see and talk about. don't folks have anything better to do.
they should tend to themselves and see how they can improve their own life, than to pull others down in the site of more narrow minded folks as them self. when will we learn to just be happy that two folks have found each other and love each other. that would be the more sensible thing to do.

oh but I forget we are not a sensible breed. what ever race. we fight and war all the time and talk about the non important things in life. and not living in peace and finding our own happiness. it's a shame really.



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Posted on Wed, Dec 21, 2005 19:06

I don't understand why it is so important what others think ....what are they doing for you in life that you must live by their standards...Do you realize life is short and you only have one chance at it....are you going to live life thinking about what others think....what makes their opinion of you and what you do more important than your own....are these Gods are humans we speak of.....are these people you speak of ones that are dependable and there for you through good and bad. Do they have a perfect life? Can you look at instances in there life they should have made other choices....Do they really care what you think? Stop spending your life looking over your shoulder and live and let live.....and do what makes you happy....When you find the right man...these thoughts will never cross your mind....



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Posted on Wed, Dec 21, 2005 18:53

It's sad to hear about your experiences with insecure, narrow-minded men...I have never had this problem...For one I only date men that are mentally, emotionally and financially secure. I adore a strong confident man...and when you meet this man....what you speak of never exist....and for the last 20 years only dated white men ...not by choice, but who I find a connection with...I have always been treated well and will never settle for less....



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Posted on Wed, Dec 21, 2005 15:04

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I'm all for interracial relationships. If it leads to marriage, then it's even better. I'm divorced from a white male and have had a child with him. I think love is color blind, but both parties involved have to have their eyes open to what others around them might say or do and know how to react in those situations. I always tell people who question my taste and choice of SWM is that when the lights are out, we are all Black : )!!!

Very Well Said!!!!



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Posted on Wed, Dec 21, 2005 15:03

I personally love dating a man outside my race just so that they can show me a new culture. I find it very interesting to date people outside of my own race because they will always have something new to offer me in life. Not to say that the black culture doesn't of course, it's just refreshing to try something different.



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Posted on Tue, Dec 20, 2005 18:08

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and also have developed irritaliblity towards the so called liberals who say that everyone is the same,and those who wish to burry the past.o me the past is the future, and I have no patience for those tryng to disregard that.

I happen to agree with edloverbob. There is a serious problem with melting into the proverbial pot. The melting pot is just a way to strip those of different cultures and ethnicity of their identity.

Plus who is going to maintain "our" history? The minority history. We are consistently taught the white mans history, while being enticed to put our cultural identity aside and melt into the pot. I was in a History class not too long ago that said all great nations owned slaves. I raised my hand and said how would they have become great nations had they not owned slaves? By doing their own labor instead of educating themselves, inventing machinery, discussing philosophy, and becoming "refined" human beings?

Humans past on this earth is a way of remembering where one comes from, who we are as a group of individuals, and having pride in ones roots.

If I personally give that up, I would carry on with my life and it might not affect me, because I know who I am, I know where I've come from, and I know where I don't want to go because I know my history.

However, my son would be affected if I give up my history. I would be unable to pass down to him where he comes from, where his grandparents came from, what his family has done in this life time that he can proudly identify with.

So for us adults, it would not matter as much melting into the pot and giving up our culture. It would matter to our kids and grand kids. Also being from Africa, one of the things I've noticed is almost every other nationality that comes to America and tries to be less, whatever nationality they are, end up giving up what was good about their cultural identity. Each new generation losses its uniqueness of what it meant to be Chinese, African, Argentinean, French, and Spanish.

So there is nothing wrong with finding ways to "get along" but there is something wrong with having to have to lose ones culture in order date interracially, or melt into the pot. If you are dating a white person and you can't eat fried chicken in public, then there is a problem. The problem? He/she's white and he/she is eating fried chicken so why can't you? So at some point in interracial dating you have to except that people are people it has nothing to do with white or black, it has to do with the "individual."



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Posted on Tue, Dec 20, 2005 15:09

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Hello Sweetie,
Well I think that there are men that are interested in black woman out there but I have often heard that black woman are intimidating although after I get to talking with someone of a different race they often forget about my color and move forward in the relationship.

movies make it seem like all black women are intimidating!lol

I totally Agree!!



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Posted on Sun, Dec 18, 2005 16:13

Hello Sweetie,
Well I think that there are men that are interested in black woman out there but I have often heard that black woman are intimidating although after I get to talking with someone of a different race they often forget about my color and move forward in the relationship.



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Posted on Mon, Oct 24, 2005 16:19

I think that whole racial issue is a very american issue ... Europe is very different in that sense ... I experienced USA always as multicolored but the colors still kept separated as much as possible and always an issue ... where Europe is more multicultured and very mixed. A lot of my friends are mixes of all kinds of races and cultures and nobody cares ... they are just people ... and after all just 170,000 years back lived our grandgrandgrand...mother ... so what is the big difference anyway? ... it is just social belief systems.

I think everybody should be proud to be the way they are and neither try to lighten their skin or overtan it.

And even if her color would be green or bright blue ... if she captured my heart I wouldn't care ...
I think that whole racial issue is a very american issue ... Europe is very different in that sense ... I experienced USA always as multicolored but the colors still kept separated as much as possible and always an issue ... where Europe is more multicultured and very mixed. A lot of my friends are mixes of all kinds of races and cultures and nobody cares ... they are just people ... and after all just 170,000 years back lived our grandgrandgrand...mother ... so what is the big difference anyway? ... it is just social belief systems.

I think everybody should be proud to be the way they are and neither try to lighten their skin or overtan it.

And even if her color would be green or bright blue ... if she captured my heart I wouldn't care ...

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