interracial relationships

Repost: This was first posted over two years ago. With more than 2,000 comments and still going, its thread is no longer usable. I am closing the original to comments and reposting it here. I added a bit about “preferences” and made some small changes:
An interracial relationship (IRR) is a dating or married relationship between people from different races. This post is about the ones in the US. It is an overview post – click on links to go deeper into a particular topic.


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Sourced through from: Spreads Video Message That Love is More Than Skin Deep, the world’s largest online interracial dating community, with more than 900K active members on Facebook, spreads message that “love is more than skin deep” with viral video

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“It seems there are a lot of interracial dating sites.
I don’t know which to trust. And what would prevent the big sites like eharmony, okcupid, and yahoo personals from being interracial dating sites?”
– -Glenn Robinson

The Truth About Being In An Interracial Relationship

The thing that makes me the saddest about the politics of interracial dating — which can be just as functional and happy as dating within your race — is that it pits us against each other. Who is the “us” here? Women….

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MIXED panel on interracial dating packs University Hall

A panel on interracial dating and the power of romance attracted more than 100 people Wednesday night to University Hall.

Presented by the Mixed Race Student Coalition that formed in the fall, the panel featured Asian American Studies and African American Studies Prof. Nitasha Sharma, PhD candidate Kareem Khubchandani and professional marriage and family counselor Jakara Hubbard. 

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“Swirlr” First Interracial Dating Reality Series Is About To Hit YouTube

What is being described as “groundbreaking”, “Swirlr” is a new dating reality series heading to a computer screen near you. The show features singles who

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Latino & Interracial Relationships: Is There Still a Stigma?

Non-Hispanic and Hispanic interracial opposite-sex married couples are the most prominent of all interracial coupling, making up about 45% of such partnerships.

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Online daters often willing to cross racial lines

Online daters are more likely to respond to an interractial contact than initiate one, according to new studies that monitor online behavior (anonymously) from dating websites.

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