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A good friend and I were recently at the grocery store in our home town in Texas when we met this older Caucasian guy. It was great to talk to him and get to know him better, and we decided to hang out at his apartment for a while. I had never met a Caucasian before and I felt awkward asking my friend what color he was, but he knew, so he did not feel it necessary to tell me. He was very friendly, and we had a good laugh. I asked him about his life, and he told me he was just getting out of a bad marriage (my age), and that he had recently moved to Dallas, Texas. He told me he used to live in Los Angeles, and that his wife of many years was very sweet, kind, and respectful to his children. I thought this was fascinating, and after I heard the stories I was intrigued. My friend was also curious, but he felt like the topic was not important enough. So we moved on to more important things.
The following day we were at our friend's house, and he was out. I called him, and he answered. He wanted to be more open, and asked for my phone number. I didn't really care about the call, so I asked him to write back. I was surprised, and told him that I had no idea if I wanted to hear from him. He said that I should just be honest with him and that he didn't care, and that it didn't matter that I didn't care, because he was my friend and wouldn't lie to me. I wasn't really offended or anything, but I did ask if he wanted to go out with me the next day. I really did want to go out, and I was going to have an early dinner with him. He agreed, and then we set up a date the next day.
As I read through the emails from those who had been harassed, I felt a chill run down my spine. I had just met a wonderful man who I loved and he was being harassed by people who were apparently trying to ruin his life. I knew that his life would be in danger, but I didn't know how to react. What should I do? Should I report it? Should I just let it go? I don't think I could. It was something he had to deal with in his own private way and I couldn't be there to judge him. So I decided to let it go. But how do you tell someone that you're a friend and you are going to leave the harassment alone? I decided I needed to be in on this discussion, to hear what other people had to say. I started by posting a few links on the interracial dating forums and found that some of the other people there were not that happy with the whole thing either. Some people didn't like how I wrote about interracial dating and told me they were going to start looking for a non-intrusive alternative like a non-profit interracial dating forum. I didn't know what to do so I contacted a few of them, but in the end it was too late and I was called out on the forums again. I decided I needed to speak up and ask why people in this country are so quick to judge others and that this behavior doesn't bother them when they see another individual of a different race. So I wrote to the site owners and was told that we should be working together to find a solution to this problem. It's a shame that we couldn't find any way to work together and that we are the ones that are being ostracized from the interracial dating world. Maybe we should have put some effort into helping our readers find a new interracial dating site. After that I went to a site for people who didn't want to date someone who wasn't from their race. I got the same response from the site owners as the other site owners and I guess my question wasn't the right thing to ask. Why are people being so hateful about interracial dating?
We don't discriminate against anyone for their race and this site is made up of people from all backgrounds. We are a dating site for people who are open minded and love everyone equally. Interracial dating has helped me and countless other people find new friends and a community of people who will love, cherish, and care for them just like they would want. I want to thank everyone who has visited our site and helped us make it into a place that has been a success.
A post on Reddit by user t_kills said that "the site is just a platform where people can post their love. They can share their stories about love and be safe." I am so glad t_kills said that. If someone was to come to my site and say, "You can't say it's OK because I am a member of a certain race or gender or religion," I am just going to take that as a no. I have always said that it's ok for people to choose to share their stories. It just depends on how they choose to share it.