There's nothing like strapping in for a night of Shondaland knowing your relationship is probably going to be reflected on the screen.
The #Scandal hashtag now even comes with a cute interracial couple emoji! It's nice to have an ally against racism outside your race.
That makes you and your boyfriend an especially rare sight, and the subject of what might be just visual interest, paired with some curiosity.
I'm always into learning, but with your significant other by your side, learning about traditions, visiting other countries, or just eating different kinds of foods is an even more enriching experience. As harmless blog posts, cute Cheerios commercials, and the deep abysses of comments sections have taught us, there are still people out there who simply hate to see people of different races together. To quote Aziz Ansari: "Anytime you have sex with someone of a different race, think about that for a moment. If you can fantasize about what your baby with Ryan Gosling would look like, I can certainly imagine walking around with North West 2.0. It feels like Shonda Rhimes is making programming explicitly for you.
So if seeing a beautiful relationship can't change their minds, I can at least make a hate-filled racist's day a bit worse just by being with the person I love. Because nothing feels better than orgasming while thinking about all the progress we've made in civil rights in this country." God Bless America. Here's the proof: Olivia Pope and President Fitzgerald Grant, Olivia and Jake Ballard, Lila and Wes from , Cristina and Preston Burke, George O'Malley and Callie Torres, Jackson and April — that's without mentioning some more of the fleeting encounters that took place in the corridors, patient's rooms, and janitor's closets of Seattle's Grace Hospital — and now Annalise and Eve.
While I’ve inoculated myself against the stares and comments, I still struggle with the knowledge that our skin is all some people see.
This has influenced where we eat and choose to live.
” and its interracially dating (or affair-having, but whatever) protagonists may dominate Thursday-night television, Lupita may possibly have something going on with Jared Leto and New York City’s first family may be on “Team Swirl,” but alas, none of that means people aren’t going to look at you and your boyfriend. “The standards of behavior and etiquette when it comes to interacting with them can really often go out the window,” Childs says. According to the latest stats, 84 percent of Americans approve of interracial marriages, so it should be some comfort that a lot of people’s looks probably aren’t meant to come off as the evil eye, and most of the people you encounter probably aren’t going home to make insane You Tube comments about Cheerios commercials.