I’m working on a master list NEVER BEEN DONE before (not sure why, tho) on an interracial dating blog.
Back when I co-work Swirling, we created a list of interracial-friendly cities and states, and some of them were not really a surprise–Los Angeles and pretty much all of California, parts of Texas, some fly over states, and swaths of regions on the East Coast and South. So today I thought to myself, So I’m off building the MASTER IR-FRIENDLY LIST of CITIES, COUNTIES, NEIGHBORHOODS and TOWNSHIPS that you can feel free to pursue employment, real estate, and vacation spots and know for certain that no one will throw stones, harass you, or otherwise make you feel miserable.
Over 1.4 million people visit Black People Meet every month, making it one of the most popular dating sites for black and interracial daters.
Whether you’re looking for a casual date, committed relationship, or even marriage, Black People Meet makes it easy for you to find what you want — thanks to its free sign-up, simplified layout, and fun communication tools (e.g., audio and video messages as well as icebreaker suggestions).
At Elite Singles, however, we cater for Canadian men and women who desire more from love; making us the dating site to use if you’re looking for compatible singles who share your dream of a love that lasts. According to Statistics Canada, around 5 per cent of all long-term Canadian couples are in partnerships that can be described as mixed unions – a percentage which has seen a rapid increase in the last few decades.
Indeed, a cursory sweep of interracial dating sites in Canada shows that many deal more in titillation than lasting connection, leading to frustration for those singles who are looking for something more nuanced than clichéd, short-term hookups which focus on race above all else.
When you have an open mind and an open heart, finding that special someone online, whether it’s for one great date or a relationship that lasts a lifetime, in a sea of billions becomes that much easier.
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For the most part people just live wherever they want to, and no-one really cares.
In most suburbs there are all races of families, gay, straight, extended families, all sorts.
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Everyone has a story and are made up of multiple social identities.