Not only is the nation’s mindset evolving, but “the face” of America is also morphing.In 2012, 15.1 percent of new marriages were interracial.This doesn’t mean you won’t encounter a few obstacles along the way. If you’re a subscriber to the theory that opposites attract, be aware that the more significant the differences, the greater the room for potential conflict.Here are some things to know and consider when entering into an interracial relationship. Before you start dating anyone, it’s important to know what qualities you’re looking for in someone. What character traits are absolute “musts” for you when searching for Mr. When dating interracially, you’re going to encounter different histories, different cultures, different traditions, attitudes and philosophies. Are you spiritually, intellectually or emotionally on the same page? It’s easier to celebrate your differences when you have common ground in the important things.[close] This is a group for authors of African-American and interracial romance to find promo opportunities and book reviews. Authors: Feel free to post about your books and network.
When The Supremes were in full swing with their shimmery dresses and funky hairstyles, Black and White love was strictly forbidden. Well, let’s take a look at today’s interracial couples in America by the numbers, shall we? In 1969, 56 percent of Blacks were down for the swirl compared to only 17 percent of Whites. It's a pleasure meeting with you here on Goodreads. Please come and share your favorite interracial/multi-racial erotic romance. [close] For readers who sometimes like a little multicultural flavor to their erotic fiction.Conversely, Black women and White men are most likely to stick by their vows.The probability of divorce by the 10th year of marriage, relative to White/White unions, are as follows: White Wife & Asian Husband – 59 percent more likely to divorce in comparison to same-race white couples White Wife & Black Husband – 50 percent more likely to divorce Asian Wife & White Husband – 4 percent more likely to divorce Black Wife & White Husband – 44 percent likely to divorce.
Black men are more than twice as likely to intermarry than their Black female counterparts (24 percent vs. The latest data shows that 17 percent of Blacks in 2010 “married out” — compare this to nine, 26, and 28 percent of Whites, Hispanics, and Asians, respectively.