This is totally off the topic, but I like your lil help wanted sign, It caught me off gaurd at first but at the same time made me laugh.
Back on the topic:
I have not dated outside my race but I was intimate with someone outside my race. I think though that it would definitely be different. Your family members of course would put in their two cents, his/her family as well.
I was reluctant to this question, because I thought that this was just a black-white question.
However, I did date interracially, but she wasn't white. She was a South Asian (i.e. [East] Indian) woman. IMO, it was almost like I was destined to date her at that time, as a way to be open-minded to any woman. I say that because, I was talking to my friends at a campus cafeteria and we were talking about how the Bulls won back-to-championships, and how the original Dream Team was going to wipe the floor during the Olympics.
I wasn't even thinking about dating any woman, until the moment I saw her. She was tall, statuesque and beautiful to me. She was tall for an Indian woman, but it still rare for me to talk to Indian women, or more specifically, rare to be attracted to a woman taller than myself.
I don't know if anyone of you had this particular feeling, but it was if God or some guardian angel just tapped me on the shoulder and said, "You better get out of your chair and introduce yourself to that girl, before she leaves or you're going to regret it for the rest of your life!"
I don't want to write a novel about it, but I guess I can say that it was a good, no an extraordinary experience. I don't want to say that it being an interracial romance between two non-white people of color was the reason it was special, but seriously I've never felt so alive in dating a woman, of any race, before or since.
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