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2018.01.16 15:14 bigbeautifuldating Interracail Date For Interracial People

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2012.06.25 15:36 AMWF

Welcome! This is a place to offer support, ask questions, and promote discussions about interracial dating specifically with AMWF in mind. While AMWF stands for relationships between Asian men and white women we are absolutely not exclusive! This is an open and welcoming community. People of every race and relationship type are encouraged to participate in discussions and submit relevant content. Everyone is appreciated here!
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2017.10.29 03:03 inkedotli WMAF Support Group: Anti-Hate, Anti-Racism Community for White Men and Asian Women

Welcome! Most subreddits on WMAF are filled with hate and toxicity by racist trolls. This is a place to offer support, ask questions, and promote discussions about interracial dating and relationships specifically by and for White men and Asian women.
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2020.09.18 07:50 iamcag07 Interracial Dating Advice

Interracial Dating
I hope this is the right sub for this. I’m looking for advice on this situation, as I’ve Googled and come across a variety of opinion pieces and maybe there is no perfect answer... but... here it goes.
I (31cF) met Chris* (32cM) on Match.com. I sent him a heart and he responded asking me about one of my crazy travel stories on my profile. We talked constantly for days and finally agreed to meet up for a date at a Speakeasy outdoor pop-up.
It was amazing and we connected so much: flirty, but he was so respectful of space (and social distancing, haha) as we did meet online. It felt like a first date in high school. We only stopped talking when they were clearly beginning to close for the night and we were the second to last ones there.
The next day, I met up with some girlfriends for brunch and talked about my amazing date. Of course, they were excited their workaholic friend had found someone and immediately wanted to dissect his profile and see photos. So I passed my phone around and they all one by one cooed and sighed over his cheesy dad jokes, how ge spoke about his work ethic and passion, and of course his lopsided sweet smile.
Until my friend Denise* saw my phone. And she said, “Damn, all you cute white ladies always take the good ones.”
Chris is black (his parents are from Jamaica). And so is Denise (her parents are from the American south).
And one of my friend’s made a joke that I am actually technically brown (I’m Latinx). And Denise responded, “Girl, you know what I mean. If he were mine, this dude and I could raise some strong and beautiful Black babies.”
She was playful through it all and told me she was so happy for me. I reached out to her personally to follow up, and she just texted me back that I should read an essay by Jill Scott which would help shed a light on how she’s feeling. Also, that she loved me and would support me as a friend.
On one hand, I totally get where she’s coming from. We’ve been friends since college and I have heard her dating struggles and how important it is to her she find a good Black man. All these hopes and dreams that I could never wholly “get” but I can understand enough to support.
On the other, Chris is his own person and who knows why he likes who he likes. But he likes me and I... up until brunch... really liked him.
It’s been almost a week now, and he keeps nudging for a second date. But... I just feel myself pulling away. Not because I don’t like him - I really do - but because I feel like I am stealing something (or in this case, someone). Or I just feel like I’m ruining... whatever it is.
Any advice or insights would be much appreciated and heartfelt. ❤️
Edit: *denotes name change for privacy
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2020.09.16 02:03 closetedlesbiangirl Have you been in an interracial relationship and would you be in one?

As a latebloomerlesbian of south asian origin i wonder if there are many interracial lesbian relationships. Ive been on dating apps and i don't want to say its based on race but i notice i don't get many swipes and friend requests as i send out.If you are in such a relationship would you make your partner feel special and beautiful even though she doesn't fit the mainstream idea of beauty and probably faces multiple levels of marginalisation. I think both partners should do that for each other.i have a white fwb she tries to show she is into me and likes our contrasting colours when we lie side by side. Sometimes i just feel like im an exotic sex toy even though she probably doesn't intend that. Sometimes when i ask her if we can do something special or if she could do something special for me she calls me needy. Is romance and sensuality something that is not desired anymore in today's world?
I like to do special things for her and buy her things. I work in the medical field so i help her with medications, appointments and i also help her friends. Somehow things seem off balance. She also helps me when i need help with fixing things. I don't want to leave her at the moment as she is the first person ive been completely sexual with and im in my 30s. I have this connection with her and her kids. I want to be there for her but i worry in the end she may get bored and leave me. Which is fine that's upto her. Ive just been conditioned with this view that if you care/love for someone you're there for them during tough times as well as good times. Sometimes she is present with me and does special things other times she prioritises her friends, interests over me even if ive driven many hours to visit her. Ive had to move few hrs away for work. Isnt a partner meant to want to spend time with you if you come to visit them from far? especially if she has got things for u and the kids. rather then do all their errands and have time for you in the middle of the night.i wish she would engage more in issues affecting me like with family/cultural issues, be out about us and give this relationship another label and be a safe place where i can vent. Maybe i expect too much. I like women of all background especially caucasian girls but i feel like its a one-sided love and not mutual at times. It sometimes sucks being a double minority who discovered herself late in life. She too is a latebloomer lesbian previously in relationships with men. For me she is my second relationship and first non long distance one.
Guess im just looking for tips to help me getting her to understand me and maybe have some more initiative.
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2020.09.15 17:39 squeakanonymouse I (30f) feel like my relationship of almost two years with (m30) is coming to an end but neither of us are ready to let go yet

This is a long story so thank you for reading. I'm also doing a voice to text type of thing on my phone so please excuse any typos or confusions.
I love my partner of almost two years and he loves me. We live together and he moved several states away from home to join me in my dream city but he doesn't like it here. We've been living here for a year - he has made a couple friends but not many and the city we live in now doesn't have a big dance scene, which is what he is really into. He is a pretty good partner, and I think that our relationship in general is good but there's some issues that I think are pretty big that I don't think we can get past. But to continue with the good stuff first, he is really great with my cats, when we have discussions about cleaning the house or my boundaries, he really listens and steps up. Right now I'm in grad school and he's not working, so he's been doing a bit more cleaning and trying to support me in that kind of way. He's not very emotionally intelligent or just .. not emotional in general, so he makes up for it in doing nice things; doing things that will make things easier for me. Anyway, he is very loyal and trustworthy, he's funny and has a great smile. I love how his smile is so big and his eyes crinkle up. We used to have really good communication up until a few months ago, which I will talk about in a paragraph below. Some of the things that I love about him are things that I really respect in him and wish that I had within myself, like how passionate he gets about his hobbies and how he's willing and able to learn and teach himself to do almost anything. Also, he really thinks that all of our issues can be fixed and he wants to work on them.
The biggest issues: 1) we are an interracial couple in America. Im white and he's black. We have both dated outside of our races before this relationship. I know that every relationship is different, but every interracial relationship that I've had, of course race has played a role but it didn't dominate the relationship. Honestly it's pretty hard to explain. As a black man, he worries about his life on a day to day basis. We have a lot of really in-depth conversations about race and his blackness. He says frequently how he'd never been in a relationship that he could be vulnerable and really talk about these things until us. Every other person he was ever with would either dismiss him or just not want to talk about it or get really defensive. I have a lot of education on race relations, plus I make sure to educate myself often on my own. Most of my friends in general are not white so we talk a lot about race and human rights and microaggressions and all that. Sometimes when we have arguments though, I feel like he is villainizing my whiteness. I'm the type of person who admits when I'm wrong, always trying to learn more and will acknowledge any microaggressions or anything that I might have that I don't even know I have. He has gotten frustrated with me because I'm not more outspoken when it comes to race stuff. But I'm just not a very outspoken person. I'm quiet and I like peace. I express my support in quieter ways. If I go to a protest, I will be in the crowd but I'm not the type of person who will Step up to the front. Maybe that's cowardice, but I'm just a subtle person. One time we were arguing about how I didn't feel like he was doing enough around the house, this is when he had no job and I was working two jobs. I was saying that to even out the relationship I would like him to clean more and during that argument he said that I make him feel like an indentured servant. He didn't say slave, but it was the implied. It was very hard. The issue was eventually resolved and he definitely contributes a lot now, but it's this idea that he was kind of using racialized language against me to suit him.
2) Besides my racial privilege, I also come from a weird financial situation. Basically my parents make no money and I grew up with the anxiety that we will run out of money, but at the same time my grandparents set up a smallish trust fund for me,and with that I was able to buy a house and still have a little bit of a cushion. I'm definitely not a millionaire and I live in the south so it's not like this house cost $200,000 or anything more, but I totally acknowledge that I'm very privileged financially and lucky to have no debt. Besides my house, my education, and my car, I have worked for everything I have. I survive off of my paychecks. I've worked multiple jobs at the same time, I've worked 14-hour days, I've done a lot so that I would be generally financially independent. Part of my financial privilege is that I've worked a lot of jobs that don't pay a lot of money but have not needed to struggle financially. My boyfriend comes from a background where he had been homeless once and his family has always struggled financially. I think he thinks that he will never be able to get out of that poverty cycle. When we lived in his home city, the city we met in, he worked very hard but had a job that he didn't like. But he at least got paid decently for it so I guess it was worth it for him. When he moved down to the city that we are in now, it took him a while to get a job and it was a big point of contention. He is very stubborn and prideful, and will only consider taking certain jobs if they pay enough. We live in a city that doesn't pay well for any job, and he also doesn't have a driver's license, doesn't have a car, doesn't have a bachelor's degree, etc. Which are fine except it narrows his options and usually the options he has are either labor jobs which he doesn't want or other shitty jobs that he doesn't think is worth it. So he would rather be homeless than get just any job. For me, I would work any job, no matter what it was and how much it paid to not be homeless. Please reread those last two sentences. He oftentimes says that I'm not owning my privilege or basically just throws in my face how I never had to struggle, so I don't understand him. So that's really fun. But anyway, during the pandemic he lost his job that he didn't like anyway, and has been living off of unemployment. He does some video editing and some side gigs that give him a little bit of extra money but it's not enough to really live off of. The amount of unemployment that this state gives us is very minimal and will probably run out soon. In my house instead of paying me rent, he pays the utilities and we split groceries and other household stuff. A lot of times I will pay maybe 2/3 of the groceries, so that it takes off some financial burden from him. But it's just the fact that he is so picky with jobs when, not to sound terrible, but beggars can't be choosers. It makes me worry about any type of future with him.
3) for the past 6 months we've been living with a crazy person. I've made some posts about it in the past (not all on this account). She actually ended up moving out a week ago and it has taken a lot of stress off of both of us. He really hated her and she hated him. I was in the middle but she also was verbally abusing us, doing all types of passive aggressive stuff, rude, disrespectful, enjoyed talking and arguments instead of conversations, and acted like a child (she's 55) but would patronize me by calling me a little girl when she was angry. I have videos of her moving and touching our stuff, screaming at us and calling us all kinds of terrible things, damaging my house. She really is a psychopath. Honestly I don't really want to go into it much more here, but it was a huge challenge and really strained my relationship. I ended up going back to therapy because of how much anxiety I was having. during the time of her moving out, we had to call the cops on her because she was stealing some of my stuff. And now that she's out I have to get a restraining order from her because she has gone on to my property a few times even though she doesn't live here anymore. And the cops have done nothing. Super unhelpful. During these five and a half months, boyfriend and I were arguing a lot about little things and some big things. as I mentioned in the first paragraph, we used to have a good communication but from both of us just being so stressed and depressed and angry about our living situation, our quality of communication has suffered. Basically before, we had disagreements and conversations, and after we have arguments, a little bit of yelling but not a ton. Never anything physical.
4) If he can't find a job in the city we live in, he has talked about moving back home. He wants to do a long distance relationship but I don't think I want to because he would be in his home city for an indefinite amount of time. And I lived in that city for three years and it was the most depressing three years of my life. I really hated living there And although it's a great place to be a tourist, I would never want to live there again.
So anyway, these are really big things and I truly believe that the relationship is coming to its end but he doesn't want to give up. each time we have a disagreement or an argument he's always like well relationships have arguments, every relationship does. But I just think these things are too big. Just incompatibilities. But I love him and he loves me a lot too. In general, I like our life together. I've never been in a relationship where I felt so sure or secure about someone. We do so much for each other. I don't actually want to break up but I know this isn't working anymore. It sucks. He knows I'm unhappy about us.I also never broken up with anyone before. I mean, I've ended casual things but I've never ended any serious relationship. And I just can't stand the idea of us breaking up and him leaving.
Tldr: a few big incompatibilities between boyfriend and I. I should end it but I don't want to. And he doesn't want it to be over either.
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2020.09.14 04:30 Calvin_Fine Rules.

Given how race is a touchy subject that invites its fair share of trolls and toxic people, I have put forth rules unique to this sub. Some rules are universal, others are unique to this sub. I want to differentiate between the two types of rules.
So far the rules are a work in progress but there are some I have in place so far.
Universal rules.
So the basic rules that apply to most reddit subs apply here. Don't harass people, don't start fights, don't be an ass, don't spam, don't do illegal shit, don't promote your crap from another site if you haven't even proven yourself on here, and don't be a shitty person overall. Once again, use common sense here. In terms of anything going to shit and arguments starting, I will always track down the person who started it and ban them.
Sub specific rules
There are rules specific to this very sub that I wanted to bring to your attention, breaking these unique rules will get you banned.
Race whiners will be banned without mercy.
I have seen the toxic content that fills up race related subs from guys claiming how it is impossible to get laid because of their race and how the world is heavily stacked against them. These guys talk about how racist and horrible women are, we do not tolerate that here. Now I do know that with race, it isn't always going to be an optimistic discussion. If the content you have to share is a bit more on the pessimistic end, offer your valuable takeaway and what should be done instead.
Here is an example of what not to do:
ZOMG Indian men are fucked man, women hate us and we are going to all die virgins. We can only get laid through arranged marriage and by the ugliest of women out there with no standards. The world and everything is stacked against us. Women hate all Indians and see them as pests, we are fucked! We have to be a zillion times better than the average white guy. <---- This guy is going to get banned
Here is an example of what to do:
As an Indian guy in Toronto, it is tough out here. There is prejudice against us here and it isn't the most promising city to date interracially if you are Indian. I have been blown out and told by women that I am not their type while my white friends do not have the same roadblocks. What I have done is gone more for Indian women who don't discriminate against me as much and women from outside of Toronto. If you are brown, you have to adapt your game plan in Toronto because there is discrimination against us here, I have however done a lot better in Vancouver and more rural parts of Canada. <-- Not the best of news but notice how he delivers his post.
No sex shaming.
This is by and large a sub meant for ethnic men to discuss dating and getting laid, if you start shaming, you will be banned. If you have an issue with what this sub is about, there are plenty of other subs more up your alley. This sub is almost exclusively about dating and pursuing casual sex as an ethnic guy, most other content will not be allowed on here since there is plenty of space throughout reddit for it.
"OMG is that all you guys talk about? Sex? There is more to life than pussy ya know." <---- (gets banned)
If you have an issue with men talking about sex and chasing women, don't go to places dedicated to that very thing.
Do not bash men for their preference.
I don't care if you like white women, black women, Asian women, or brown women; you are allowed to have your preference. If I see you calling someone a "white worshiper" because they happen to exclusively like white women, I won't tolerate that. Same goes for a guy exclusively liking any race, that is his preference and not yours. If you have an issue with men liking the kinds of women they do because of some personal politics of yours, you don't belong on this sub and if you stick around for long enough with that attitude, I'll make sure you are gone.
If you happen to have an issue with most posts being about chasing women of a certain background, create good content of your own. If it is worth the discussion, people will naturally gravitate towards it.
Consistently negative people will be banned.
If you are consistently hateful and negative, you will be banned. As the saying goes, you can die from another man's poison. Toxic posters, if allowed to stick around long enough, poison an entire community. If I see a trend like that for you, you will get a warning at best if I am feeling nice. If you do not clean up your act, a ban will come. Same goes for posters that are always starting fights and becoming a problem.
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2020.09.12 07:18 weuripgc Do you ever think about how African American women are getting completely removed from the genetic pool by the day?

The number of black men not dating black women plus the number of black women that can't or don't want to date interracially. I think in 2050 the population of black women (not mixed) will decrease by tenfold. Technically this would apply to full black men as well but idc about them so anyways moving on. Is this natural selection at work? Only those with genes seen as desirable will continue their bloodline right? Also, black women have a really high rate for abortion which doesn't make it better. and obviously I am singling out us African American women bc there's a fuck ton of Africans so I don't think they're going anywhere. I don't think our birth rate in America can keep up with BMWF couples for long, they are BREEDING BREEDING. every time I go to target I see at least 2 or 3 white women with little nappy haired mixed babies lol it always throws me off a bit but I also think that the white woman trend is almost over. I feel like there's a growing stigma of bmwf couples they have become a meme at this point bc it's so typical these days. also bc of all the bad stereotypes about them. I notice men gravitating more towards the average mixed brown-skinned or latina ig thot types these days as the pinnacle of beauty in their eyes, white women, not so much. anyways just making observations. food for thought.
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2020.09.12 03:52 Panda_p0wer Bisexual Chinese Australian calls this sub and other Asian men ricecels 😂

https://peril.com.au/back-editions/edition-42/ricecels-in-australia-asian-men-and-the-hazards-of-heterosexuality/
I dont care about WMAF or any oher interracial pairing. Who ppl date is not my business. But this article is written in a way that is negative towards Asian men. While defending WMAF. This article also specifically mentions this sub. The author auto assumes (generalizing) Asian men who are rejected as bitter misogynistic ricecels. She also defends known sellouts like Celeste Ng. Here is part of the article referring to that.
"Demonising Asian women who date or marry white men as ‘race traitors’, ricecels harass Asian public figures such as Constance Wu, Celeste Ng, and Australian YouTuber Natalie Tran for having current or past white partners."
She basically cherry picks specific comments/posts to label the entire community as hateful, misogynistic, ricecels. Anyways would love to know y'alls thoughts/opinions on this silly article.

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2020.09.11 21:27 researchshowsthat Struggling to show him I want to get to know him on a deeper level

I debated for a long time if I should ask this question because I thought I might be able to read and find an answer, or google with enough different prompts that someone's relatable experience might pop up. But I still haven't found enough real people's stories that have successfully dealt with this, and because I have feelings for the person, I want to try asking here.
I'm a white woman who's been seeing a black man for the past year and a half or so, both of us are in our late 20s. Initially when we met, we started dating for a month, going out with his friends and doing activities, having fun. I really liked him and according to him, he really liked me. But two months in things broke down because I wanted our relationship to progress to another level and he didn't.
Fast forward to a year later, we started seeing each other again casually. Whenever I'm with him, I feel a constant tension and it makes me anxious. He focuses a lot on the fact that I'm white and makes general remarks about white people, says racism is a universal trait and Eastern European's like me are especially racist, makes fun of me when I don't understand some reference from American pop culture and have to ask him (e.g if we are watching a movie or show and something funny happens) and doesn't seem to like having to explain. I respect him a lot and want to know more about his line of work or his friends or his family but when I ask about those things, he usually responds very succinctly, with a defensiveness to his tone as if he has something to prove or as if I don't think he's smart... I both understand where this could be coming from, and am completely puzzled as to what to do about it. It seems there's no right way for me to show him I care about him, even if we are casual. I feel like he wants to put me down and for me to be aware of my shortcomings. He never pays me compliments or says something encouraging when I'm going through something (e.g right now with the immigration uncertainty in the US, there have been a lot of adjustments in my life). At the same time, he also never reveals what troubles him. I find it hard to show that I care for him without knowing what he needs, or without knowing how to ask.
I guess my question is, to what extent is this a human problem vs. an issue of interracial dating in the present climate. Is this just the differences between how men and women communicate? Is it just that I'm so far off on the scale of people he lets in and allows to get to know him, that he's just not very interested in establishing a deeper relationship/friendship, or is it entirely impossible? I just need to know if there's something I haven't considered trying, or if it's time to give up.
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2020.09.11 18:18 throwaway437282 Sometimes I feel that white supremacists don’t want black people to have a “strong black family”. How do I reconcile this with growing up and living in a majority white country?

First off I apologise for this very sensitive and charged question, I just want to have honest advice and dialogue
I have no problem with white people whatsoever, I have had very good childhood white friends and I personally have dated white girls too
However now when it concerns something as serious as marriage, I feel so much pressure to choose the “right” mate. And since half of my family is black and I am black passing despite being biracial (half black, half brown).
I feel a lot of pressure to marry a black woman, despite being also attracted to white women and living in a majority white country?
Even if I married a black woman, my family would prefer if I had an arranged marriage to a woman from my tribe? As they want to preserve their tribe because they experienced a genocide in their home country because of being dark skinned. Which was perpetrated by more lighter skinned and mixed people
This is why it is seen as me betraying my tribe if I marry outside of it?
It’s the genocide my tribe experienced that makes it hard for me if I end up in an interracial marriage?
Thing is, if it wasn’t for my family or other pro black people, I would have no problem marrying a white person
But sometimes I kind of wonder whether genuine outright white supremacists don’t want me to marry a black woman or preserve my tribe, because they would rather have less full black people in their majority white countries rather than more?
If I live in a majority white country, isn’t it likely that if I have mixed children, that my children will then further also intermarry with more white people and that the sense of blackness in my family would be bred out and become more white over the generations?
Again, please keep in mind, I have no problem with white people, but I have these questions sometimes
Because I know that white supremacists are against interracial marriages because they view it as genocide against white people and “tainting” the white race
But on the other hand, doesn’t interracial marriage just work in white peoples favour because of the country already being majority white and that your children might likely also marry other white people?
The issue with the black community is that the “black family” is only largely preserved by first generation immigrants, second generation immigrant black peoples don’t seem likely to hold onto a “black family” and marriage?
I hate how political marriage seems and just want to marry the person I love, whether they are black, white, Asian etc.
But this does make me wonder, do white suoremacists really hate interracial marriage or do they actually don’t want black families to thrive in marriage?
Sorry if any of this has offended or rubbed people the wrong way, it’s just something I’ve wondered sometimes and wanted to see what people’s opinions are on it.
Isn’t this what Brazil did with trying to “whiten” the population by promoting interracial marriages in order to dilute the blackness of the population over time? I understand that it was the government of colonial Brazil that promoted this, but I still have suspicions that white supremacists would want this despite protesting about interracial marriages?
TL/DR: I have sometimes wondered whether white supremacists aren’t actually afraid of interracial marriage, because even though it “destroys” ethnic and cultural purity for both white and black people. If black people live in a majority white country, their mixed children are likely to marry another white person and then make that black person’s lineage white?
So which one is it for white supremacists? Is interracial marriage the problem or do they not want black peoples to marry and have a “strong black family” in order to bring more black people in their majority white country?
I know this might sound all sorts of paranoid and conspiracy minded, but it’s just a thought and I genuinely have no problem against white people
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2020.09.11 18:17 throwaway437282 Sometimes I feel that white supremacists don’t want black peoples to have a “strong black family”, how do I reconcile this with living in a majority white country?

First off I apologise for this very sensitive and charged question, I just want to have honest advice and dialogue
I have no problem with white people whatsoever, I have had very good childhood white friends and I personally have dated white girls too
However now when it concerns something as serious as marriage, I feel so much pressure to choose the “right” mate. And since half of my family is black and I am black passing despite being biracial (half black, half brown).
I feel a lot of pressure to marry a black woman, despite being also attracted to white women and living in a majority white country?
Even if I married a black woman, my family would prefer if I had an arranged marriage to a woman from my tribe? As they want to preserve their tribe because they experienced a genocide in their home country because of being dark skinned. Which was perpetrated by more lighter skinned and mixed people
This is why it is seen as me betraying my tribe if I marry outside of it?
It’s the genocide my tribe experienced that makes it hard for me if I end up in an interracial marriage?
Thing is, if it wasn’t for my family or other pro black people, I would have no problem marrying a white person
But sometimes I kind of wonder whether genuine outright white supremacists don’t want me to marry a black woman or preserve my tribe, because they would rather have less full black people in their majority white countries rather than more?
If I live in a majority white country, isn’t it likely that if I have mixed children, that my children will then further also intermarry with more white people and that the sense of blackness in my family would be bred out and become more white over the generations?
Again, please keep in mind, I have no problem with white people, but I have these questions sometimes
Because I know that white supremacists are against interracial marriages because they view it as genocide against white people and “tainting” the white race
But on the other hand, doesn’t interracial marriage just work in white peoples favour because of the country already being majority white and that your children might likely also marry other white people?
The issue with the black community is that the “black family” is only largely preserved by first generation immigrants, second generation immigrant black peoples don’t seem likely to hold onto a “black family” and marriage?
I hate how political marriage seems and just want to marry the person I love, whether they are black, white, Asian etc.
But this does make me wonder, do white suoremacists really hate interracial marriage or do they actually don’t want black families to thrive in marriage?
Sorry if any of this has offended or rubbed people the wrong way, it’s just something I’ve wondered sometimes and wanted to see what people’s opinions are on it.
Isn’t this what Brazil did with trying to “whiten” the population by promoting interracial marriages in order to dilute the blackness of the population over time? I understand that it was the government of colonial Brazil that promoted this, but I still have suspicions that white supremacists would want this despite protesting about interracial marriages?
TL/DR: I have sometimes wondered whether white supremacists aren’t actually afraid of interracial marriage, because even though it “destroys” ethnic and cultural purity for both white and black people. If black people live in a majority white country, their mixed children are likely to marry another white person and then make that black person’s lineage white?
So which one is it for white supremacists? Is interracial marriage the problem or do they not want black peoples to marry and have a “strong black family” in order to bring more black people in their majority white country?
I know this might sound all sorts of paranoid and conspiracy minded, but it’s just a thought and I genuinely have no problem against white people
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2020.09.10 23:34 SynSynn Are black SDs not attracted to black SBs?

I find that all of my messages on SA are from white, latin or other races except black men. I dont have an issue with dating interracially, but it makes me wonder why I dont get the attention of the black men on the site...I mean, I barely get views from them. In real life it seems to be the opposite! Black men approach me all the time; from all walks of life....white men rarely do. If Im honest, they only look or glance at me a few times as if theyre nervous to speak to me.
I decided to swallow my pride and start messaging men first figuring maybe they are a little shy...Ive never did this so wish me luck!
Anyway, does anyone have an African American SD or POT? Where did you meet them?
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2020.09.10 10:55 bigflame123 Is it selfish to have an interracial marriage, if my children will lose ties to culture, struggle to fit in with my family and will have identity issues?

So
I am already technically biracial, half black, half brown. My parents are first generation immigrants and I know exactly where they are from and what their cultures are like (well not super exactly about culture but largely)
So I’ve grown up in the west, I’ve had friends from all backgrounds, white, black, Asian, Middle Eastern etc. Race was never a problem for me.
But here’s the problem
I’m the opposite of my parents, I’m very westernized and individualistic and just want to live my own life, while my parents are very traditional and hold on to their original cultures
So living daily life in the west, I already by default, don’t come across a lot of people from my parent’s country of origin, so I have had to interact with people from other ethnicities and cultures
So when it comes to dating, I never had a problem just dating who I want. But now that I’m getting older and it is close to the time of marriage. I feel SOOOOOOOOO MUCH pressure to marry a woman from either of my parent’s culture?
The fear is that if I don’t:
-my children won’t be able to fit in with my extended family
-If in in an interracial relationship, my children will not only struggle with identity issues, but my black side of the family resents lighter skinned people due to coming from a tribe that suffered from war and genocide based on being dark skinned. So my wife and children might suffer because of my dark skinned family
-The more heavily mixed my children, the harder it is for my children to feel an affinity for either of my parent’s countries and cultures of origin?
So the more mixed my children, the harder it becomes for my descendants to trace their ancestors exact place of origin?
For me it’s easy, I know exactly where my parents come from in their country of origin. So technically I could easily travel to either locations to experience life and culture there
But if my descendants are heavily mixed, this would be very hard. So to the very heavily mixed people on this sub, how has being heavily mixed positively and negatively impacted your affinity and ties to your ethnic heritage?
And would you say that being closer to one culture is better to being multi racial and cultural?
As my black side of the family wants me to marry from their side in order to preserve ethnic and cultural “purity”?
However I will highly likely be in an interracial marriage because of growing up in the west?
I especially struggle so much with this issue because I want the best for my kids but then I feel that it marriage is solely for kids and not for me. Then am I not selfish in dating interracially and making it harder for my children to fit into my family and society?
On one hand I have no problem marrying a white woman, but the fear is that my children would not take to my parent’s culture at all? Even fearing that my children will be “whitewashed” as offensive as that sounds? As I want to raise my children with both cultures but fear that my children and descendants will lose my parent’s culture despite me trying my hardest to include them in the culture?
TL/DR: If marriage is all for children, am I not being selfish in marrying interracially if my children will not only struggle with identity issues. But also a sense of losing ties and affinity to their parent’s original culture?
And if my children or descendants will be heavily mixed, wouldn’t this then cut ties with my parent’s culture and country of origin eventually?
I find this hard to reconcile, as I’m attracted to women of other races and ethnicities, but fear my children having a multitude of issues when it comes to culture, race and fitting in with family and other people from the same culture or other black people?
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2020.09.10 10:53 throwaway437282 Is if selfish to have an interracial marriage if my children will suffer from identity issues, loss of ties to culture and struggle to fit in with my family?

So
I am already technically biracial, half black, half brown. My parents are first generation immigrants and I know exactly where they are from and what their cultures are like (well not super exactly about culture but largely)
So I’ve grown up in the west, I’ve had friends from all backgrounds, white, black, Asian, Middle Eastern etc. Race was never a problem for me.
But here’s the problem
I’m the opposite of my parents, I’m very westernized and individualistic and just want to live my own life, while my parents are very traditional and hold on to their original cultures
So living daily life in the west, I already by default, don’t come across a lot of people from my parent’s country of origin, so I have had to interact with people from other ethnicities and cultures
So when it comes to dating, I never had a problem just dating who I want. But now that I’m getting older and it is close to the time of marriage. I feel SOOOOOOOOO MUCH pressure to marry a woman from either of my parent’s culture?
The fear is that if I don’t:
-my children won’t be able to fit in with my extended family
-If in in an interracial relationship, my children will not only struggle with identity issues, but my black side of the family resents lighter skinned people due to coming from a tribe that suffered from war and genocide based on being dark skinned. So my wife and children might suffer because of my dark skinned family
-The more heavily mixed my children, the harder it is for my children to feel an affinity for either of my parent’s countries and cultures of origin?
So the more mixed my children, the harder it becomes for my descendants to trace their ancestors exact place of origin?
For me it’s easy, I know exactly where my parents come from in their country of origin. So technically I could easily travel to either locations to experience life and culture there
But if my descendants are heavily mixed, this would be very hard. So to the very heavily mixed people on this sub, how has being heavily mixed positively and negatively impacted your affinity and ties to your ethnic heritage?
And would you say that being closer to one culture is better to being multi racial and cultural?
As my black side of the family wants me to marry from their side in order to preserve ethnic and cultural “purity”?
However I will highly likely be in an interracial marriage because of growing up in the west?
I especially struggle so much with this issue because I want the best for my kids but then I feel that it marriage is solely for kids and not for me. Then am I not selfish in dating interracially and making it harder for my children to fit into my family and society?
On one hand I have no problem marrying a white woman, but the fear is that my children would not take to my parent’s culture at all? Even fearing that my children will be “whitewashed” as offensive as that sounds? As I want to raise my children with both cultures but fear that my children and descendants will lose my parent’s culture despite me trying my hardest to include them in the culture?
TL/DR: If marriage is all for children, am I not being selfish in marrying interracially if my children will not only struggle with identity issues. But also a sense of losing ties and affinity to their parent’s original culture?
And if my children or descendants will be heavily mixed, wouldn’t this then cut ties with my parent’s culture and country of origin eventually?
I find this hard to reconcile, as I’m attracted to women of other races and ethnicities, but fear my children having a multitude of issues when it comes to culture, race and fitting in with family and other people from the same culture or other black people?
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2020.09.10 10:52 throwaway437282 Is if selfish fo have an interracial marriage if my children will suffer from identity issues, struggle to fit in with my family and lose ties to my parent’s culture?

So
I am already technically biracial, half black, half brown. My parents are first generation immigrants and I know exactly where they are from and what their cultures are like (well not super exactly about culture but largely)
So I’ve grown up in the west, I’ve had friends from all backgrounds, white, black, Asian, Middle Eastern etc. Race was never a problem for me.
But here’s the problem
I’m the opposite of my parents, I’m very westernized and individualistic and just want to live my own life, while my parents are very traditional and hold on to their original cultures
So living daily life in the west, I already by default, don’t come across a lot of people from my parent’s country of origin, so I have had to interact with people from other ethnicities and cultures
So when it comes to dating, I never had a problem just dating who I want. But now that I’m getting older and it is close to the time of marriage. I feel SOOOOOOOOO MUCH pressure to marry a woman from either of my parent’s culture?
The fear is that if I don’t:
-my children won’t be able to fit in with my extended family
-If in in an interracial relationship, my children will not only struggle with identity issues, but my black side of the family resents lighter skinned people due to coming from a tribe that suffered from war and genocide based on being dark skinned. So my wife and children might suffer because of my dark skinned family
-The more heavily mixed my children, the harder it is for my children to feel an affinity for either of my parent’s countries and cultures of origin?
So the more mixed my children, the harder it becomes for my descendants to trace their ancestors exact place of origin?
For me it’s easy, I know exactly where my parents come from in their country of origin. So technically I could easily travel to either locations to experience life and culture there
But if my descendants are heavily mixed, this would be very hard. So to the very heavily mixed people on this sub, how has being heavily mixed positively and negatively impacted your affinity and ties to your ethnic heritage?
And would you say that being closer to one culture is better to being multi racial and cultural?
As my black side of the family wants me to marry from their side in order to preserve ethnic and cultural “purity”?
However I will highly likely be in an interracial marriage because of growing up in the west?
I especially struggle so much with this issue because I want the best for my kids but then I feel that it marriage is solely for kids and not for me. Then am I not selfish in dating interracially and making it harder for my children to fit into my family and society?
On one hand I have no problem marrying a white woman, but the fear is that my children would not take to my parent’s culture at all? Even fearing that my children will be “whitewashed” as offensive as that sounds? As I want to raise my children with both cultures but fear that my children and descendants will lose my parent’s culture despite me trying my hardest to include them in the culture?
TL/DR: If marriage is all for children, am I not being selfish in marrying interracially if my children will not only struggle with identity issues. But also a sense of losing ties and affinity to their parent’s original culture?
And if my children or descendants will be heavily mixed, wouldn’t this then cut ties with my parent’s culture and country of origin eventually?
I find this hard to reconcile, as I’m attracted to women of other races and ethnicities, but fear my children having a multitude of issues when it comes to culture, race and fitting in with family and other people from the same culture or other black people?
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2020.09.10 10:50 throwaway437282 Is it selfish if I (M24) have an interracial marriage if my children would suffer from identity issues, loss of my parent’s culture and struggle to fit in with my family?

So
I am already technically biracial, half black, half brown. My parents are first generation immigrants and I know exactly where they are from and what their cultures are like (well not super exactly about culture but largely)
So I’ve grown up in the west, I’ve had friends from all backgrounds, white, black, Asian, Middle Eastern etc. Race was never a problem for me.
But here’s the problem
I’m the opposite of my parents, I’m very westernized and individualistic and just want to live my own life, while my parents are very traditional and hold on to their original cultures
So living daily life in the west, I already by default, don’t come across a lot of people from my parent’s country of origin, so I have had to interact with people from other ethnicities and cultures
So when it comes to dating, I never had a problem just dating who I want. But now that I’m getting older and it is close to the time of marriage. I feel SOOOOOOOOO MUCH pressure to marry a woman from either of my parent’s culture?
The fear is that if I don’t:
-my children won’t be able to fit in with my extended family
-If in in an interracial relationship, my children will not only struggle with identity issues, but my black side of the family resents lighter skinned people due to coming from a tribe that suffered from war and genocide based on being dark skinned. So my wife and children might suffer because of my dark skinned family
-The more heavily mixed my children, the harder it is for my children to feel an affinity for either of my parent’s countries and cultures of origin?
So the more mixed my children, the harder it becomes for my descendants to trace their ancestors exact place of origin?
For me it’s easy, I know exactly where my parents come from in their country of origin. So technically I could easily travel to either locations to experience life and culture there
But if my descendants are heavily mixed, this would be very hard. So to the very heavily mixed people on this sub, how has being heavily mixed positively and negatively impacted your affinity and ties to your ethnic heritage?
And would you say that being closer to one culture is better to being multi racial and cultural?
As my black side of the family wants me to marry from their side in order to preserve ethnic and cultural “purity”?
However I will highly likely be in an interracial marriage because of growing up in the west?
I especially struggle so much with this issue because I want the best for my kids but then I feel that it marriage is solely for kids and not for me. Then am I not selfish in dating interracially and making it harder for my children to fit into my family and society?
On one hand I have no problem marrying a white woman, but the fear is that my children would not take to my parent’s culture at all? Even fearing that my children will be “whitewashed” as offensive as that sounds? As I want to raise my children with both cultures but fear that my children and descendants will lose my parent’s culture despite me trying my hardest to include them in the culture?
TL/DR: If marriage is all for children, am I not being selfish in marrying interracially if my children will not only struggle with identity issues. But also a sense of losing ties and affinity to their parent’s original culture?
And if my children or descendants will be heavily mixed, wouldn’t this then cut ties with my parent’s culture and country of origin eventually?
I find this hard to reconcile, as I’m attracted to women of other races and ethnicities, but fear my children having a multitude of issues when it comes to culture, race and fitting in with family and other people from the same culture or other black people?
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2020.09.10 10:48 throwaway437282 Is interracial dating selfish if my children would have identity problems, lose ties to my parent’s culture and find it difficult to fit in with my black family?

So
I am already technically biracial, half black, half brown. My parents are first generation immigrants and I know exactly where they are from and what their cultures are like (well not super exactly about culture but largely)
So I’ve grown up in the west, I’ve had friends from all backgrounds, white, black, Asian, Middle Eastern etc. Race was never a problem for me.
But here’s the problem
I’m the opposite of my parents, I’m very westernized and individualistic and just want to live my own life, while my parents are very traditional and hold on to their original cultures
So living daily life in the west, I already by default, don’t come across a lot of people from my parent’s country of origin, so I have had to interact with people from other ethnicities and cultures
So when it comes to dating, I never had a problem just dating who I want. But now that I’m getting older and it is close to the time of marriage. I feel SOOOOOOOOO MUCH pressure to marry a woman from either of my parent’s culture?
The fear is that if I don’t:
-my children won’t be able to fit in with my extended family
-If in in an interracial relationship, my children will not only struggle with identity issues, but my black side of the family resents lighter skinned people due to coming from a tribe that suffered from war and genocide based on being dark skinned. So my wife and children might suffer because of my dark skinned family
-The more heavily mixed my children, the harder it is for my children to feel an affinity for either of my parent’s countries and cultures of origin?
So the more mixed my children, the harder it becomes for my descendants to trace their ancestors exact place of origin?
For me it’s easy, I know exactly where my parents come from in their country of origin. So technically I could easily travel to either locations to experience life and culture there
But if my descendants are heavily mixed, this would be very hard. So to the very heavily mixed people on this sub, how has being heavily mixed positively and negatively impacted your affinity and ties to your ethnic heritage?
And would you say that being closer to one culture is better to being multi racial and cultural?
As my black side of the family wants me to marry from their side in order to preserve ethnic and cultural “purity”?
However I will highly likely be in an interracial marriage because of growing up in the west?
I especially struggle so much with this issue because I want the best for my kids but then I feel that it marriage is solely for kids and not for me. Then am I not selfish in dating interracially and making it harder for my children to fit into my family and society?
On one hand I have no problem marrying a white woman, but the fear is that my children would not take to my parent’s culture at all? Even fearing that my children will be “whitewashed” as offensive as that sounds? As I want to raise my children with both cultures but fear that my children and descendants will lose my parent’s culture despite me trying my hardest to include them in the culture?
TL/DR: If marriage is all for children, am I not being selfish in marrying interracially if my children will not only struggle with identity issues. But also a sense of losing ties and affinity to their parent’s original culture?
And if my children or descendants will be heavily mixed, wouldn’t this then cut ties with my parent’s culture and country of origin eventually?
I find this hard to reconcile, as I’m attracted to women of other races and ethnicities, but fear my children having a multitude of issues when it comes to culture, race and fitting in with family and other people from the same culture or other black people?
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2020.09.10 03:15 CurlyNerdyBry94 Strange Question

So I’m 26F and I’m mixed with white and black and my dad told me that it would be considered interracial if I were to date a white person but not interracial if I were dating a black person. Can I ask why that is even though I’m both?
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2020.09.09 20:08 MsYummy803 Do I Have Options?

So i am a Black Woman in America trying to find love and I have some concerns. Im open to interracial dating & marriage. i believe that white men have a culture that is to be admired. White men build their communities, they invest in their women & children and they make great fathers, providers, and protectors. Black men, in my opinion, fall short in All of these categories but are able to date and marry interracially 3 times higher than black women. I've met several black men that will go out of their way to talk about how undesirable black women are and brag about how other races of men do not want us or find us attractive. Black men are in competition with black women and even though Black women outperform Black men in every category that matters, they feel they are "winning" this competition because they date/marry/procreate with white people more. Ive dated white men before but have never been in a serious relationship with one. Im curious if its even a realistic expectation for me to have. Black men seem to be right when they say white men don't find black women attractive. If they did then dating and marriage between white men and black women would be higher. With Black men spewing their anti-black women rhetoric and them increasingly interracial dating, im wondering if black women actually have any options. What are we supposed to do? are we supposed to tolerate the abuse that black men put us through or do we explore our options? If we explore our options, will we be accepted? Are Black women wanted by other races of men? Are we expecting too much if we require marriage and children from white men or non-black men in general?
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2020.09.09 04:05 hungyellowfever 25 [M4F] #SanFrancisco - Looking for WMAF

Hey! If interracial/raceplay isn't your thing, that's fine! Hope you find what you're looking for :)
I'm a white dude who loves interracial, I'm currently looking for girls who also love the fetish but haven't found the right place to start. I find it difficult to initiate this kind of interest in bed with people I know or date, so I'm looking for a more casual context to try this out!
My kinks: raceplay, cumplay (facials, etc), sexy dress up, dirty talk, body writing, rough sex, degradation, body worship, objectification.
If you like all or just some, hmu!
I'm a 25 year old white guy, I'm 8", fit, and totally clean (test results from a few weeks ago).
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2020.09.09 01:34 Andrastus Gaysians in NYC

Hey, I’ve lived in NJ and NYC my whole life. I’ve been fortunate enough to be surrounded by diversity. Which is something I’ve embrace, especially in dating.
I’ve come to help get some perspective because lately the scene has made me a bit jaded. When it comes to interracial dating... Why is it so hard for LatinoxAsian or BlackxAsian couples? I’m a Latino, 6’2, worked out in order to get muscles because being normal wasn’t cutting it... and I’m still getting told “I only date Asian or white guys.”
I have Black friends that refuse to go to Therapy (the bar) because they say they are ignored or made fun of, but I always see white men thrive in that space. So I go with them to Boxers where they feel safe and I noticed no Asians go there, but I noticed Industry which is mostly white tends to have a few. To be fair, it’s across the street but it’s something that dawned on me after my friends mentioned it.
I keep seeing posts about how other races don’t want to date Asians, but the feedback I get from gaysians in Hells Kitchen or East Village is that they really want another Asian man they can relate to, Tom Holland, or Henry Cavill. While other men of color I speak to don’t dare approach an Asian guy they find attractive because “it’s a waste of time” because they say they will be ghosted for a white boy.
So my question is for the gaysians on Reddit and the non-gaysians of color. Have you had trouble with interracial dating? Is there a stigma that I’m missing on? There’s so many beautiful men in every ethnicity, but I can’t help but feel like I’m becoming jaded towards Asian tops. Because I don’t ever feel this bad about myself when I go on tinder dates with other races.
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2020.09.08 21:13 fuzzymaple My [18F] boyfriend [23M] is into raceplay and it’s making me question our relationship

I’m black and he’s white, but he’s Irish (moved to the US kinda recently) and I’ve lived in the US my whole life. We’ve been dating for 2 months
When we met (online originally) he kept saying how I’m one of the sexiest black girls he’s ever seen. Most of his compliments towards me would insert my race into them, he also asked if I could twerk which is cringe lmao.
I’ve always lived in predominantly white areas but I’m very attractive so I’m used to men being shocked at me not fitting black women stereotypes (and not knowing how to navigate that thought process appropriately when they’re attracted/speaking to me) but compliments like that are usually red flags to me. He didn’t grow up with black people at all though so I’ve been pretty forgiving.
He’s hilarious and super nice to me and he’s friends with another black girl so I don’t think he’s racist or anything, but I’m worried that he might just be fetishizing me? When we were first flirting/ getting to know eachother we watched interracial porn together and it was hot but kinda weird since he went out of his way to search for it. All of his exes are white so i know that he’s not obsessed with black women or anything.
The first time we did sexual stuff he asked me if I liked “sucking his big white cock” which I said yes to without question so that he’d be happy but the focus on race made me confused, until a different day when he blatantly asked me if I liked raceplay. I said that I’d be willing to try and ever since there’s been racial aspects in our sex life but it seems like he’s trying to see how far I’m willing to go (I feel like he wants me to call myself a slave or the nword but I’m not sure honestly)? I degrade myself already because it turns him (and me kinda) on but when I’m not horny it kind of bothers me that he likes racial stuff like that :(
I’m having a hard time telling if our relationship is even beneficial to me because I feel like I’m teaching him how to treat me like a normal person? Like my race seems very tied to my identity in his eyes even though there’s a lot of different things that make me who I am. Also it bothers me that he’s so into raceplay because doesn’t that show how he views black and white interactions? Like in the beginning he kept asking me if I usually/mostly like white guys and when I said that I date people regardless of race he seemed kinda disappointed. I just would like to know if this sounds like a bad relationship or not I guess.
TL;DR: my boyfriend of 2 months is into raceplay but he also attaches my race to a lot of things in our nonsexual interactions. I’m curious about whether that says something about his character, and if it’s a bad idea for me to keep dating him.
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2020.09.08 19:15 iamreal888 Unveiling the deeper spiritual deception of satan Behind Interracial dating and Race Mixing.Why White Women Goes with Black Men Satan Behind Agenda

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2020.09.08 15:53 throwaway437282 Let’s say IQ is largely genetic, would I then as a black person be obligated to marry other black people to improve the black community?

I haven’t done an IQ test, but I predict that I have an above average IQ at least
Technically I am mixed, but I’m phenotypically black
I have white friends, black friends, Asian friends, friends from all over the world
My life is quite “multi cultural” if you like
I’m attracted to girls from other ethnicities and races, black, white, Asian etc.
It’s most likely that I will end up in an interracial relationship.
I’m in a situation that a girl I like is almost an ancap, but is white, I have no problem dating her
But I tend to think ahead and take daring seriously now because of marriage
Now it’s incredibly difficult
Because I am above average IQ and because I’m in colIege studying a lucrative major, I feel pressure from my family to just keep it all within the tribe?
Or at least marry another black person?
Problem is, being an ancap, individualist, is not exactly popular with a lot of black people?
So daring another ancap black girl is already made hard by this
So I have the issue of choosing values over race and tribalism?
Either I date and marry someone for sharing the same values as me such as pretty much being an ancap
Or I stick to “in group” preferences of marrying someone black or even further, someone from my own tribe?
In order to further my tribe or the black community, since I will become wealthy and already am above “average IQ”?
If IQ differences are generic and inherited, am I not doing a disservice to the black community by not marrying another smart black person and producing smart black children?
As this is the pressure I feel? I feel massive pressure keeping everything within my own community and tribe?
Compared to being completely individualistic and just dating and marrying whoever I want?
What confuses me as well, is that Stefan Molyneux used to say that culture is just a tool to “enslave a human soul”, that it’s just a tool to remove your true self and individuality. That Aristotle if I’m correct, despised culture and was all for individuality?
But now he’s much more “pragmatic” and views culture as a shortcut to interacting with people? That multi culturalism is just difficult because it makes raising children difficult?
TL/DR: If the race and IQ stuff is largely inherited, am I not doing the black community a disservice by not marrying within my tribe or race?
This goes at odds with how I’ve lived my entire life, which was individualistic?
But now when it comes to marriage, o feel massive pressure to be tribalistic, both from my family, other black people and because of people like Stefan Molyneux who argue that multi culturalism and dating inter culturally or interracially is just not pragmatic
That it’s far easier to date within your culture and race?
How can I reconcile individuality, with race and IQ differences and allegiances to family and tribalism?
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