Interracial dating still taboo

Earlier this month, Karyn Folan's book, became available in bookstores. Among them: the stigma left over from the days of slavery; fear of backlash from family members; concern for biracial children; and the sense that they may appear self-hating because they have chosen a partner who is not of their race.

Filled with real-life anecdotes and interviews, Folan's book addresses the myriad of reasons why many black women have balked at... Folan has a received a wide range of responses to her book.

As the years have passed, we find anything wrong with interracial dating? Still, we're curious to see some statistics from Pew on how minorities within interracial relationships are feeling. Are you, or have you ever been a part of, an interracial couple?

That falls in line with other aforementioned TV series.

But we still live in a pop-culture driven society where some networks are still slow to come around.

S., the majority of millennials (according to Pew, those born between 1981–2000), "regardless of race, say they would be fine with a family member's marriage to someone of a different racial or ethnic group."Of course, this doesn't really come as a surprise to us.

As the years have passed, Still, we're curious to see some statistics from Pew on how minorities within interracial relationships are feeling. Are you, or have you ever been a part of, an interracial couple?

But the medium has certainly broken more stereotypes.

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