“They’d look at us and do this subtle head shake thing.It always felt like they were trying to say I was betraying my culture and religion by choosing to be with someone outside of it.” She knew that's what they were thinking because that’s how her extended family felt about him - and they'd give her the same disapproving looks.Age is the crucial factor with those in their 20s and 30s more than twice as likely to be living with someone from another background as those over 65, reflecting a less rigid approach to identity over time.
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I am not a psychologist, but I saw this question and I wanted to answer it,so I read a lot , talked to different people and wrote this answer.
This answer may tend to generalize things, but I just summed up what I have seen over the last few years.
I would say like 80% of the time, the above situation exists. I have friends who are white girls and they tend to get attracted mostly by white men.
Mostly, their preference goes out like this in the decreasing order- tall blond man, Brown haired tanned guys, Asians , Blacks, Indian and Middle eastern.
My partner for the evening was a white, Jewish guy. But we do get "looks" when we're walking down the street together - especially when we leave London. Much of the time it seems to be confusion and uncertainty ("are they even allowed to date in her culture? Unlike me he's never had to develop a "racism radar", where you instinctively know that people are staring because of your skin colour. Lots of my black and ethnic minority (BAME) friends, who date white people, tell me the same thing. I know of one couple – a black man and white woman – who’ve had much worse experiences.
Her middle-class British family often make racist remarks about his skin colour ("didn’t see you there in the dark – you should have smiled").
On holiday in Europe, waiters have rudely ignored him and only spoken to his girlfriend.
But such racism doesn’t just come from white people trying to process the fact that someone might want to date outside their race. An Indian girlfriend of mine, whose ex was white, tells me that when they used to walk around in London, holding hands, other Indians would stare.
This ranking scheme illustrates the manner in which the barriers against desegregation fell: Of less importance was the segregation in basic public facilities, which was abolished with the Civil Rights Act of 1964.