March 02, 2005
In this story a giral was married and had children with this man. She is sleeping around and the story made it quite clear that the man she was cheating with was an Indian. She is an Indian, but she was married to a white man. I think that race is something that bothers her, because she kept on making comments about whites and just race in general. It made me think, in mixed couples todaydo they feel this, but are still in the relationship for who knows why? Deep down does it bother them that they are in a mixed race? Does it bother them what other people think, even though they say it doesn't?
Posted by HeatherChicotella at March 2, 2005 04:06 PM
I think that a lot of people don't care what people think. They are very opened with how they feel and who they love. I personally don't care about other people and their relationships i feel if you love some you love someone it doesn't matter what race, religon, class.
I completely agree. Love has no boundaries. When you fall in love with someone, you don't care all what anyone else thinks. Just take the story of Romeo and Juliet for example (yes, I know it's fiction, but it goes well with what I am trying to say). In this story, these two people know that their love would never be allowed by their parents, but they don't care. They are so in love they don't care what anyone else thinks. So my answer to your agenda item is, no, I don't think people married to someone of another race cares at all what others think about them. They're in love and that's all that matters.
I dont think that all interracial couples these days feel awkward about the relationship that they are in. I think that they are happy and that there significant other accepts them for who they are.
I agree with all of you, if you really love somebody, no matter how the look, dress, or act you would love them for who they were, you would not care what other people thought
I really think it depends on the people who are involved in the relationship. Some people have problems with mixed relationships, others don't really care. I think that if you are in love, it shouldn't matter what color, religion, ect. your partner is, like Jared said. Everyone is so quick to judge everyone else though.
I think deep down it bothered them, like they loved eachother, but sometimes you cant help but be bothered. She obviously was bothered if she cheated on her husband because she wanted to see what it was like with someone like her.
I agree that she has a problem with race otherwise she wouldn't be wanting to sleep with her own race.