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The study analyzed the demographic and characteristics of newlyweds who differ in race or ethnicity and compared them to couples of the same race or ethnicity.
Supreme Court struck down a ban on interracial marriage, the rate of marriage across racial and ethnic lines in the United States is on the rise, according to a new study released Thursday.
When it comes to interracial dating, the people who’ve been there will tell you there can definitely be struggles. "My husband and I went to Disney World with my side of the family. We’re in line and when it’s our turn for the ride, they always cut the line off when it got to him," says Reddit user captawesome1794.
In a recent Ask Reddit thread, interracial couples laid out the real obstacles they encounter daily that they weren’t expecting before they got together. "Everyone had to explain that he was in fact part of our group and no, he wasn’t trying to cut us...." 2.
"But that doesn’t stop my wife from describing all kinds of people (including me, frequently) as straight-up ’useless,’ including to their faces, and then wondering why these people either get angry or just avoid her." 4.
"You have to respect and love the person you lie down with at night." Follow Julia on Twitter.
"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.
However, the reverse is true for Asians, where about 36% of females married outside their race compared to 17% of male newlyweds.
And intermarriages for white and Hispanic people do not vary by gender, researchers found. In Western states, about one in five people, or 22%, married someone of a different race or ethnicity between 20.