It is particularly sad when these are directed at other Muslim groups.
He was the fastest runner in our class and popular, and I could care less that we weren't the same race.
One day, Vin was at the water fountain and I waited for him.
Once you’re done talking, set a good example in your relationship with your significant other.
Once your child starts dating, don’t stop talking to them about relationships.
They must harmonize between finding someone who is suitable religiously, and culturally.
The cultural aspect can get confusing because while a person may be Indian, they have more in common with a Bengali person who grew up here also as opposed to an Indian person from ‘back home.’ It is that point though, that parents have a tough time coming to grips with.It is especially the case for the generation of people whose parents were immigrants, and they themselves were raised here.To even broach the idea of an interracial marriage will spring forth 100 year old stereotypes of other cultures you never even knew existed.I was wondering if this is true in other types of relationships. Had trouble making your partner understand why things are painful? FWIW, I’m half-Puerto Rican and my parents had to deal with a lot of culture clash issues…mostly around class rather than race though.So, bees in interracial relationships, have you struggled to address racism within your relationship? Jocelyn is a writer, blogger and the creator of Speaking of China, a blog about love, family and relationships in China, including AMWF love. You can find her writing in The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, the anthologies "How Does One Dress to Buy Dragonfruit? Jocelyn is fluent in Chinese and working on a memoir.