Go for it. I ended up marrying the person that I interracially dated. It keeps life interesting, and it is good for the species. If we reach a point where no one can clearly determine their "race," then racism will have to fade away. Plus, racially mixed kids are often very attractive.
In the words of comedian Red Foxx, "Once the lights are off, all that matters is who washed."
Seriously, love is love. It knows no age nor color.
Interracial couples are growing in number every day and the reason is because society is growing more comfortable with loving outside the norm. If you love someone who is not your race, I say go for it!
Race is an artificial construct. Human beings are human beings.
How come people don't just respect the humanity of all humans?
I've never understood hating someone because they were a different color than I or had a different way of doing things.
Anyhoo...when it comes to male, female relations all bets are off. When men and women come together; regardless of race. Men and women do what men and women do.
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