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“For instance, I hear all the time of people saying things like, ‘He only dates Asians,’ or, ‘She has chocolate fever.’ Relationships just happen, and it’s about having a connection with someone on an emotional level, not about who they have dated in the past or who you think they’ll date in the future.”“My husband and I live in Denver but we travel often, and this past year have been RVing around the United States.

When we were planning our trip, we posted an honest question to one of the full-time RV groups we’re both a part of — we wanted to know if there were any parts of the country where we might expect negative reactions for being interracial.

This should come as a shock to no one, but we are more alike than different.

When it comes to the important stuff, we were on the same page before we met.

It’s 2018, and we’re happy to say interracial relationships are far more accepted than they once were.

“Another annoying thing is people telling me their parents would not be cool with them dating a black man or that it’s just not for them.

I and my significant other are two very different people, raised in two very different countries.

We work and learn from of each other’s’ experiences to strive to be the best version of ourselves.

“Thankfully, we have tremendously supportive families and friends so we’d never encountered that type of intense reactions to our relationship like we saw that day on the internet!

You’re never going to see a whole person if you reduce them to a stereotype.

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