“The media narrative for the past 40-50 years is that all conservatives care about themselves and their white friends and don’t like black people.We’re drilled from grade school and beyond that as a white person, your people oppressed black people.Ten out of the site’s top 20 states with the most populous members have historically voted Republican over the past five presidential elections.States like Texas , Georgia , Tennessee , Alabama , South Carolina , Louisiana and Indiana historically vote Republican and tend to be socially conservative–not exactly fertile ground for people openly and un-apologetically stating their non-conformist dating preferences.Los Angeles and New York tops the list by most online articles I read. Are there some cities better suited for dating, while other cities for raising bi-racial kids? I even read once, New Zealand and Canada have cities even more accepting of interracial relationships. I don't know if the Raleigh-Durham area would be 1st but it should be high up there, probably.Because the OP doesn't go around telling people they are wrong if they give an answer the OP doesn't agree with (without even knowing the place being discussed very well), doesn't immediately chalk up lack of interest in him personally as innate racism of other people, and doesn't flood multiple forums with the same question over and over again.
So are people in red states too socially conservative to widely accept interracial relationships? 50% of the people in the Bay area are not even born in the US. if all you see are non-interracial couples you must not get out much. If they do think its odd, they are the very tiny minority and most likely not from Hawaii. Both people I had serious relationships with were black.And I know a few other interracial couples in my group of friends and acquaintances.
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