While interracial couples honor Richard and Mildred Loving, the historic US Supreme Court decision bearing their name is only the beginning.
If you happen to be in the less than 4%, you are almost certain to get a question or comment about your interracial relationship.
Stunned and shocked. That about sums up my reaction to the election this past Tuesday. Well, when the United States of America elects a xenophobic, racist, misogynistic, homophobic narcissist (see if you can say that five times fast), I don’t know how else you can feel about it. I don’t normally discuss politics. This isn’t […]
“The Girl Who Wrote in Silk” by Kelli Estes links two women across centuries to a silk embroidered sleeve in a story of love, courage and humanity.
Two events I’ve heard about recently have something in common — the idea of people who feel like they own the opposite sex of their race or culture.
Yes, when you choose to date outside the lines, even your breakup attracts a level of scrutiny that nobody should have to endure.
3 Challenging Things About Meeting the Parents for People in Intercultural/Interracial Relationships
Here are three things that I’ve found challenging about meeting the parents and family in intercultural and international relationships.
Loving versus Virginia paved the way for legal interracial marriage in the US, but it sure didn’t stop people from telling you how “tough” it’s going to be.
My interview with Susan Chan about “The Reluctant Brides of Lily Court Lane”, an easy and breezy romance novel that features an AMWF couple.
Gerald writes: “I replied that I’d had an interest in Chinese culture…. She then asked me if by interest in Chinese culture, I actually meant the girls.”