That’s the most hurtful and ridiculous kind of comment I’ve heard.
"I am a Latina (Guatemalan) dating a white guy (Irish/Italian). Before I met his mum, he told me [she] is a Trump supporter, and hearing that made me feel a bit uneasy. And then towards the end, she asked me if I was born here.
I try not to over analyse it because I don't want to make a big deal over it. We don’t generally attract too much negative attention, and both of our families are neutral about our relationship.
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I’m black or brown, depending on who you ask, and I mainly date white guys.
Let’s call him Adam (that’s his real name but London is a big place, I’m sure he’ll be fine). Which is a bit annoying, but he just wants to make sure he’s not just looking at a situation from a position of white privilege, which is a good thing, right? They see a white man and a woman of colour walking down the street and no matter what the body language, people will act surprised when they find out they’re together.
Adam informed me that blackface wasn’t actually offensive, it was just people pretending to be offended because they love a good argument. Probably best just to skirt around it and be vague ('she’s average height with brown curly hair'). If your boyf is not a total douchebag, it will have occurred to him that he has a massive economic and social advantage over most of the rest of the world. It’s kind of the opposite of when you’re out with a brown friend and everyone thinks you’re related. All of this makes it sound like race defines my dating experiences, which is obviously not true at all.
’ or ‘I don’t even see race, when we first met I didn’t even notice that you weren’t white! Whether you want to see him again depends entirely on whether he’s more attractive than he is annoying. The appropriation of black culture in the mainstream?
I went on a disastrous first date recently with a guy I met on Tinder. Anything remotely race-related, he will want your perspective and expect you to have insight. Unless you’re sucking each others’ faces off, people won’t guess. Then you might also be interested in: Things You Only Know If You're A Jewish Girl Dating Online Tinder Is Dead: How Has The App Gone From Hero To Zero In Just Six Months?
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I have received a few rude comments in the past and so has my husband, but it’s not a regular occurrence or anything.