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He also added, "I was stopped by the police before and the cop actually pulled me out of the car and asked me if she was a prostitute and would not believe me until I showed our wedding photo that’s in my wallet." 12.When you learn that your relationship is so much more than what anyone else thinks.That drops to 14% in the South, 13% in the Northeast and 11% in the Midwest.Because whites are by far the nation's largest racial group, marriage between whites and minorities were the most common type of intermarriage, even though the intermarriage rate for whites is relatively low compared to other races or ethnicities, the study said.
When people make backhanded comments about your significant other’s race.Reddit user PM_ME_UNIFORMS, a white woman married to a Southeast Asian man, explains, "The worst part for me is the number of people (OK, women) who, after learning I’m married to an Asian guy, say something along the lines of ’Oh, I couldn’t, I’ve just never been attracted to Asian men!’ This is way worse than the people who ask things like ’does he speak much English?"I’ve had people ask if he’s Mexican, Columbian [sic], Middle Eastern, Singaporean, and at one point someone asked if he was a Syrian refugee.Like I know that Egyptian/Native is uncommon, but it was like the people asking that had never even seen people from the backgrounds they were guessing." 7.
When people hit on you or your significant other because they don’t think you’re a couple. people assume we are never together in lines, at bars, or social events (can’t tell you the amount of times men openly hit on me right next to my husband)," says Reddit user bflowyngz.