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hushpuppyambrosemoxley2014 asked: I am do glad that I found your blog! For about 8 years or so, it became clear that I was definitely going to end up with somebody that is a different race than me. Some joked about it, but I was dead serious about my decision. I know that I may get stares and glares from time to time and it's alright. But how does one deal with the negatives pertaining to interracial relationships?

Some people are always going to have something negative to say. You just have to ignore it and not let it get to you

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justmadnice asked: Isn't it more triumphant for love to not be colorblind? But to see someone for who they are, including their culture, their color and to love them regardless?To love them for it. That's what I would want. Not a conditional love that's only possible by denying a significant part of my identity. I'm not trying to dismiss your blog, interracial love is beautiful and I'm glad it preservers! But what we need in the U.S., at least, is not color blindness. Maybe color acceptance?

I agree with this 100%

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I’ve added an ‘about me’ section about my boring life next to disclaimer. I’m looking for a new sidebar gif so if any one has a suggestion just send me the link (dont submit the gif) just send me the url to it.

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Anonymous asked: I read that you grew up in a family that didn't support interracial/gay relationships and I just wanted to say that I really admire you for going against that and being supportive, especially when you aren't a minority and aren't personally affected by the discrimination that comes with interracial relationships. It's really a beautiful and commendable thing, and I really love your blog:)

Thank you so much.

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