There will always be people who are against interracial dating. Generally speaking the larger and more metropolitan areas tend to take it in stride. I did however once hear a black woman say: "I wish God gave me he power to destroy all interracial relationships." We had a debate about it.
Personally speaking I wonder why anyone would care who dates or loves whom? Life is a (personal) journey. If (you) don't want to do something then (you) don't have to. However to want to CONTROL who another person dates, loves, or marries sounds kind of scary to me.
I've dated women of several races. As far as I'm concerned a Mercedes 600SL in any color is still a Mercedes 600SL. I can't imagine meeting someone who shares my same values, wants the same things for a relationship that I do, naturally agrees with me on how to obtain those things, and there is a mutual desire for one another....etc It's inconceivable for me to say; " Sorry, it's too bad we're not the same color."
It's human nature to want to EXCLUDE rather than INCLUDE when it comes to finding love. We then complain about how hard it is to find someone. There are over 7 billion people on this planet. If I said "the one" has to be of my same race it's possible I could be eliminating 6 Billion people sight unseen!
We then say this person must already live in my country. If that country is the U.S. with a population of 340 million we have eliminated almost 6.7 Billion people, We then say he or she must live in my same state, city, or town. Even if you lived in New York, NY you'd still be eliminating another 330 million people. This is all BEFORE we get to height, weight, education. occupation, hobbies/interest, personality, sense of humor, and sexual compatibility. Last but not least we say our friends and family must like "the one" and vice versa!
Is it any wonder people have such a difficult time finding a mate? Clearly the less options one leaves for them self the more difficult it will be to find a mate. The way I see it, if you're in the same space/time with someone and blending in each other's inner circle of activities then race is unimportant. You were meant to meet.