Arguments on interracial dating
In 1967, the United States Supreme court made it completely legal for an interracial couple to get married.This law not only proved to America's people that it's okay to be of two different races and get married, but also helped to try to end the segregation of blacks and white in the early 1900's.Interracial relationships have come a long way and are now more prevalent than ever before, especially in a city like Vancouver.An increasingly globalized world has resulted in diverse and culturally tolerable societies, where men and women are looking past skin color, religion and race, when choosing their significant other.As stated in the previous paragraph, there were 390,000 black husband and white wife relationships.Statistically shown, most of the interracial couples in the United States are black and white.
An interracial couple is just as capable of loving each other as deeply as any other couple.
Have you ever been walking down street and seen a couple of two different races?
Or even seen a child that looks like they're not just one race?
Some will argue that interracial couples need to deal with more differences and a greater number of challenges than “regular” couples – I would agree.
I believe that by overcoming these differences, interracial relationships become stronger and develop stability.