Interracial dating and family
The only demographic of White citizens that Clinton beat Trump in was college-educated White women, and she only beat him by a small margin.
The mall was absolutely flooded with a lot of Black boys and a ton of White girls who wore Baby Phat jackets, long dangling earrings and combed down their baby hair.Telling Parents and Siblings if You Live at Home Telling Your Family as an Adult Dealing With Prejudices in Your Family Community Q&A Once socially frowned upon in some cultures, more and more people accept interracial dating and marriage as a non-issue these days.One factor that still inhibits interracial relationships is a fear that family will react negatively and reject the relationship.The one major theme they all relayed to me is that the women they messed around with some 15 years ago are now mostly married with kids—yet not a single one married a Black man.My boy summed it up the best when he said, “Man, we were all just a phase bruh.” Look, I’m aware that some people simply have preferences.On Tuesday, Donald Trump decisively won the election because he dominated almost all aspects of the White vote.
Despite his open misogyny, his attacks on women, and his penchant for using his celebrity to pilfer punani without consent, he earned 66% of the White women vote.
Maybe this stems from being called a “nigger” at age 7 when I was assaulted by two older White men.
Maybe this stems from living in a small town with a small but noticeable skinhead presence.
As I’ve grown older, I’ve momentarily recalled those days and wondered to myself what was the barrier that kept me from immersing myself in a scene where I could’ve had just as much “fun” as my boys.
That thought danced through my mind Tuesday night as I sat in front of my TV, watching Donald Trump amass electoral college votes and at once, it all came to me. That’s not to say that I don’t trust any White people, because there’s White people in my life that I genuinely love, but I don’t go into situations with many unknown White people and automatically just believe that they are all for equality and hold absolutely zero prejudice values.
Initially, it was jarring as hell for me because growing up in the town that we lived in, I had become accustomed to hanging out with suburban White girls who looked like cast members on Full House, while being romantically interested in Black girls.