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It's complicated Toya Lachon, 43, of Washington, D.
C., says she feels frustrated, hurt and even betrayed when she sees Black men with women of other races, but happy when she sees Black women in an interracial relationship."I'm like, Yes, girl, do that," says Lachon. Women are taking control of their happiness."Dating interracially can still come with backlash for both Black men and women.
, I'll be talking to people with a broad range of experiences to see how things are different — and how they're the same.
Of course, these individuals don’t speak for entire demographics, but they do provide some insight into the nuances of the very human search for love and connection. “I was born in Sydney and moved to Melbourne, then the US, then the UK, and then I moved back to Australia when I was 12.
I definitely viewed myself as different, and different was ugly. “I think the biggest pitfall is that, while men are starting to understand that things are different and harder for women in general, they don’t necessarily understand that it’s doubly difficult if you aren’t a woman.
They think that gender is the only thing that is an issue for us, and they don’t quite understand that there are relatively more hateful things that actually happen to ethnic women of marginalized groups.
It was incredibly difficult for my parents to date and marry each other. It's still hard, and trust me I still get looks like in that Hannibal Buress apple juice joke, but the younger generation just don't give a fuck.
It can hurt because there are a lot of cultural implications that they don’t understand. They don’t get why I see myself as ugly when they’re constantly telling me that I’m beautiful. It’s just because I think, again, I’m worried about the cultural clash.
They don’t get that, growing up, I might have felt more ugly because I was constantly told that being dark is ugly.“My parents also did pressure me to work hard and make a lot of money. I do want to do a lot of great things, but I do have a lot of self-doubt, and it was built by a lot of gender and cultural anxieties.”Ooh! How are you feeling about the prospect of your partner meeting your parents? It’s strange that I have this anxiety, because our mutual friends have assured me that he’s dated women of other cultures before. But again, you still always worry what are they going to say? What if in the middle of the dinner he decides he doesn’t want to be with me because it’s too culturally different?
And it had a lot to do with the insecurities I had growing up.”Oh, I’m so sorry.“Yeah.
And I know that he serially targeted women of color in order to do that.And then my parents moved to the United Arab Emirates when I was, like, 13 or 14, so I lived between there and Australia for the next 20 years. Even my mother and dad are kind of ex-pat immigrants. But when they were little, they both moved to Malaysia.