The only comments we got were from his religious community, and they were because I was/am of a different 4. My parents want him to be black and his parents want me to be Indian, [that's] the main problem. Many people even comment on how cute our interracial relationship is... "Personally, my biggest turn off is feeling like I'm only being approached [by men who want to date me] as part of fetish. I also dated a white guy and a black guy, so I’ve had some people ask me if I’m not into Asian guys...
I want to feel like I'm being approached because they like me for me, not because I happen to have a skin colour that makes their dick hard." 6. I like kind, funny, dorky guys regardless of their race." 7.
That’s the most hurtful and ridiculous kind of comment I’ve heard.
I’ve had people at work assume that I was his intern/assistant as well, rather than an equal colleague." 3.
Once someone asked my husband if he was sure he wanted to have kids with me, because our kids wouldn’t look like him.It's a new experience for me and it makes me nervous sometimes. There has really only been one strange incident where we were stopped in a supermarket by an older white couple (in their 60s), who enthusiastically gushed over how 'cute' we are, and told us we were the 'future of America'." 9. I couldn't tell my parents but my siblings knew, and they were chill with it.I would like our families to get along but I don't know if they will. He didn't tell anyone in his family because he said they would be racist, especially his mum.I've gotten some stares, but I usually get stared at by myself anyway.My sister dated a Korean guy and my grandma freaked out about it.Seriously, it's about to be 2014, but so many people — especially women — are still afraid to tell their parents that they're in an interracial relationship.