Interview questions about interracial dating
People love to hear love stories, regardless of race.
What is your favorite part of your partner's culture?
Don't you get frustrated not being able to express yourself in your own language?
We speak the language of love; we don't need fluency in English.
It varies depending on the language, culture and length of the relationship.
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If you seriously want to know the struggles interracial couples go through, you can go ahead and ask this question.
After a quick chat with some other interracial couples, I realized my experiences were not unique.
Answer: I would rather my hypothetical children grow up as interesting, deep and charismatic bi-racial children in a loving home than to be just another statistic.5. There is no way to ask about someone's dating "fetishes" and not come off as rude.
No, I do not have "Yellow fever" (inappropriate slang for someone who is only attracted to someone of an Asian diaspora), "Jungle fever" (likewise for dating people of an African diaspora) or any other fetishes you can think of.
These are eight seemingly innocent questions that have deeper, darker implications for interracial couples.1.
How does your family feel about your partner's race? Race is surprisingly difficult to talk about -- you can't just ask an interracial couple about their family's reaction to the race of their partner and expect a single-sentence answer.