Why don't interracial couples of color cause much of a stir?
Most of the discussions on interracial couples we hear or read about often focus on interracial pairings between white people and someone of color. Look at the heated discussions people have on interracial relations within the Black or Asian communities for example. They are always about members of these communities and their white partners. But looking at the reality on the ground, a considerable number of interracial pairings are between two ethnic minorities – between two people of color.
So why don’t such couples cause much of a stir within the media and internet? Why is it that when talking about challenges interracial couples face or stereotypes among interracial couples, those that include white partner are the ones that get to the limelight? Does this mean that interracial couples of color are immune to the racism that is?
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