” It’s time to pick out some Saturdays to introduce him to all the classics he’s missed like “Harlem Nights” and “Friday”. What if an argument gets heated, things turn racial and he drops an n-bomb. Image Source: Date a man without so much as a two-step and it puts a cramp in your clubbing days. It’s time to find something else to do on Friday night and save the clubbing for girls’ night. If you’re just branching out into your own interracial relationship, get ready to be real sick of hearing people hum it, whistle it or ask you if you’ve seen it (for the 7th time).Image Source: Some people can’t tolerate tobasco but you put that on everything.Image Source: “Is it true what they say about white men/Indian Men/Chinese Men/Mexican Men? Image Source: If you’re the first person they know in an interracial relationship, you’re sort of like an ambassador. ” Image Source: It’s 2013, but some people still have strong opinions about interracial relationships. The thinking may be old-school but it can be hard to shake the feeling. Hearing “she thinks she’s too good for the brothers” or “he couldn’t possibly know what to do with that” can be par for the course.Get ready to be the go-to person for questions about his race, your race and what happens when the two races get together. Image Size: How can anyone not have seen “The Color Purple? Image Source: It crosses everyone’s mind when you first start dating. Sometimes you just have to roll your eyes and play through.
You wince every time they call him “the white boy” or ask why he likes chocolate, but you’ll just have to talk to them about that later. He’s going to feel some sort of way if he finds out you’ve been spilling his tea in the street. You should really be dating a smart, attractive, well-educated black man. Image Source: Sometimes brothers take it hard when they see you out with someone for the other team.If he’s more into cooing about the color of your skin than getting to know you, he may love what you represent and not who you are.Shutterstock There once was a time in America — not too long ago — when the ebony and ivory piano keys, metaphorically, could not legally live in harmony. gradually warmed up to the idea of a Black and White union: 1959 – 4 percent 1971 – 29 percent 1982 – 43 percent 1995 – 48 percent 2008 – 77 percent 2013 – 87 percent Stats also show that Blacks have always approved Black-White marriages more than Whites.And now, let’s talk about our favorite topic here at Madame Noire Business: Money!