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Newlywed couples in 2008-2010 combines three years’ data for newlyweds.
Even though labeled as “newlyweds,” 42% of newly married couples in 2008-2010 have been married before (either husband or wife or both).
(photo by Anthony Van Dyck) A study by Pew Research Center confirms what most people, especially on the East and West Coasts, can …
Read more This video I saw after seeing a tweet from the @Slantedview plays more like a David Letterman skit.
Asian men have been feminized by the media and Black women are considered masculine. Read more Mindy Kaling gave her most extensive interview to date about the criticism she’s received about the diversity or lack of it on her program.
Kaling told the Los Angeles Times “The fact is, I am so proud to be an Asian American and part of the Asian America community,” she added. Read more “Nothing pisses me off more than when someone says, “I’m just not attracted to Asian men, ” writes Tiffany Wong in her blog for The Bold Italic.
She bluntly asserts to exclude an entire race of men from your dating preferences is just, well, “racist.” Wong knows the stereotype denigrates Asian American men as nerds … ” It was an apparent reference to Kaling’s preference for dating exclusively white men on her program, A racist and sexist flyer similar to one sent to UCLA’s Asian American Studies Center has also been sent to USC’s Asian Pacific American Student Services Department, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Read more It’s a 10 second clips that’s been making the rounds on social media. USC has submitted the matter to the school’s public safety force.
Attitudes toward interracial marriages are less of a barrier today than ever before, with a 2011 Gallup Poll estimating that 86 percent of Americans support interracial marriage at least in theory, up from 20 percent in 1968.There were more than 4.5 million interracial couples in the US in 2011, according to the 2010 Census data.Asian Americans marry outside their race at a higher rate than almost every other ethnicity, with 28 percent of Asian American newlyweds choosing a non-Asian partner in 2010. (NOTE: At the time of writing this, our cat is perfectly happy being the child of a mixed race household. (Bonus Experience Points if “God”, “Jesus” or “Bible” is called upon) 3. But upon moving off the US mainland, first to Hawai’i, then to Japan and Hong Kong, the reaction to our marriage began to evolve. If people commented on our racial differences, the comments often centered on me having married a “white guy.” Even then the comments were mild.
While on the US mainland many of the comments were geared more toward the fact that I am Asian, in Hawai’i my husband actually felt a bit more of the scrutiny.
When PBS recently aired Seeking Asian Female, a documentary about a "mail-order" marriage initiated on the Internet between a middle-aged Caucasian man and a young Chinese mainland woman, the resulting media coverage sparked a heated online debate among critics and viewers about sexual fetishes, racial power dynamics, and what the motivations behind a pairing might be.