Read on to find out why she chose Adam to be her lawfully wedded husband, what married life has been like thus far, and why she’d much rather live in a world where people were color blind! I didn’t feel like I had to watch what I say or watch what I do. I honestly realized that my dad was White when someone told me in middle school. ” I’m like, “Oh, my gosh, he really is White.” I knew what race was, but it didn’t matter to me. Love is love and a lot of times people might be in the situation they’re in because they put barriers up.
I could completely just be raw and that’s how I knew. Like some people only want to date a model, or an actor, or an athlete. Open up to what’s out there because God made us all.
7) What types of activities would you do if you were interracially married?
8) If you were interracially married, what city or country would you move to?
I don't know what questions to ask her so any help would be appreciated! What did their families say about the relationship?
Do they think it is more acceptable now to be an interracial marriage than it was before?
1) Do you find girls/guys from different races attractive? 2) Would you date/marry a man/woman from another race?
6) Do your family have a problem with interracial relationships?
If I was with her around my family, I would be judged for not having a Tamil girlfriend.
Arlene: In the beginning of our relationship, we used to get a lot of stares and see people whispering, and it used to bother me.
They began seeing each other five years ago, but only recently decided to introduce each other to their families.
In a recent interview with The Trauma & Mental Health Report, Arlene and Kay shared with us the challenges of being an interracial couple and how they overcame various obstacles. A: Kay: Sometimes I feel like I have to have eyes at the back of my head just to make sure that family or family friends aren’t around while I’m with Arlene.