Exercise prudence when drawing out information because these are delicate questions that may offend or leave a bad taste and ruin your chances of For people, especially those who are still single after 40 and are "running out of time," being over-eager may come across as rude.Some of the questions laid out are applicable only if you want to pursue the relationship further.
When engaging the topic of interracial dating, we must recognize that no ethnicity is monolithic.
Therefore, we are called to get to know individuals and avoid jumping to conclusions based on the color of one’s skin.
We're looking for a city or a university town, like Wilmington. I am in the same situation, we are also a interracial couple married 24 years.
We're liberals (though not radically), don't understand NASCAR, and haven't been to church in years. I keep telling my husband that we are going to the south and he keeps telling me that it's not an issue. ) Teri Please click on my name and read some of my previous posts regarding interracial couples. We live in Raleigh (5 months now) and have not had one problem.
If they disapprove of a behavior or a lifestyle, they'll usually just keep it to themselves as long as it isn't illegal or harmful. I want move to North Carolina because of the weather, the lower cost of living, and the people. Hubby has never liked the South, and he worries about possible harrassment, lack of public transit (no car), and life in a "red" state. You'll be harassed more for being a liberal and not going to church than for being a bi-racial couple. C., the first thing that ask you is "what do you do", and "what church do you go to". I live in the Raleigh area and interracial couples are more excepted here than ever.