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He said me he loved me, but his actions weren't showing me that. As soon as I find a good guy who I think cares about me, he changes. If they really love each other, then nothing would break them apart. I thought we were past this and stronger than this.When you are in love, you should be happy and want scream to the world that I am yours. We are in the year 2016 and have been through so much, but there are still racist issues. It shows us that love doesn't have to be gender specific or determined by color.Have you seen every single black woman to make such an overgeneralization that lacks substance.Clearly, the societal over-sexualization of women of color knows no race.I later went to talk to him while he was around his friends. I asked him if he made his decision and to look cool in front of his friends, he said he could never date someone like me. I thought back to all the times guys never gave me attention. I finally felt I was going to have a good guy as a boyfriend. You see his mom didn't want him to date a black girl at all. I was uncomfortable because I didn't keep him a secret from my family. I don't want to give up on love and finding "the one." It just hurts that my race has to play such a big part in dating.My family was willing to accept him if he made me happy. Like I was his dirty little secret that only a few people could know about. If he wants to be with me, he should be strong enough to tell his family about me. I want to be with a man who doesn't care about my race. In the end, he chose to be on his family's side and do what they wanted. I was used to the guy not being with me because of my race, but now I saw that family is a big part of an interracial relationship. A relationship is between two people and just those two people. Yes, racism is an issue that you might have to face when you decide to date outside your own race.

Since I was young, I have always been in love with the idea of being in love.

Some men will rather venture through the warm, wet, waterfalls of the melanin temple behind closed doors over holding that same beautiful woman's hand in public.

I have had a white football player spark engaging conversation with me in the darkness of a frat house basement but look right over my head as I passed him on campus.

All my friends were being flirted with and always gained attention from boys. My mother talked to me and told me that when it comes to dating white boys it’s difficult because I need to have a strong one.

I need to have a strong guy who can stick up for me and be proud dating a black girl.

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