If you want to know what does an interracial swirl means and feels like, you may have a look at the website.
Being free to join it gives you a chance to plunge into the world of the niche dating and to check out whether it is exactly what you need from a relationship.
I get that they “have” to be, with how our world is with the need to label every damn thing, but I wish it was just simply: dating or marriage.
Why are interracial couples “swirling” instead of simply dating?
The worst pickup line I’ve ever received was from a middle aged ginger dude who looked me up and down slowly, licked his lips and leaned in to let me know that he “goes wild for dark chocolate.” I was on the subway, alone, wearing my engagement ring, my wedding band…eight and a half months pregnant.
While I probably should have been more offended that this man would hit on a married woman whose water could break at any moment, my angry texts to my friends were ranting about his tacky, fetishy come on.
According to Swirlr reviews, the site brings together not only swirling black women and white men – whatever race you are attracted to you may expect to meet its representatives on the portal.
Feelings of pride are being placed on being “chosen” by the white partner.Being open to different races and cultures should just be the norm.Who we marry should be determined by our values and what we deem important in our relationships.“Swirling” seems to be a term that is used to describe any interracial or intercultural relationship, but all around the interwebs when I see “swirl” used, it’s regarding a black/white mixed race couple.My husband is white, I am black, my son is biracial, however, I am not “down with the swirl.” This term is almost as annoying to me as “jungle fever” though it’s much less racially insensitive. He’s a man, who happens to be white, that I love and am choosing to do life with.