My boyfriends parents are racist.

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(Original post by Moonlight rain)
**** his patents. It’s your relationship, and you don’t share it with his parents.
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Deleted that post. That's probably the least common race gender combination, and there's likely a reason for that...
What the hell! Literally seen bares asian guys and black girls together.
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(Original post by 2021 Doomsday)
Okay.
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What the hell! Literally seen bares asian guys and black girls together.
LOL I've NEVER seen that. Where in the UK are you?
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LOL I've NEVER seen that. Where in the UK are you?
London
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Okay.
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(Original post by Wannabevetnurse)
London
What part? I'm from South London and have never seen this.
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What the hell! Literally seen bares asian guys and black girls together.
Though I still doubt that that belittles my statement... It's likely still the rarest racial+gender combination.
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What part? I'm from South London and have never seen this.
North London
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What part? I'm from South London and have never seen this.
London is so culturally diverse that is not believable but I think your avatar say it all.
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London is so culturally diverse that is not believable but I think your avatar say it all.
What do you mean, 'my avatar says it all'?
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What do you mean, 'my avatar says it all'?
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Yes, what about it?
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I see my comment was reported. 😂
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I see my comment was reported. 😂
Wasn’t reported by me, but you still come back to announce this?
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Wasn’t reported by me, but you still come back to announce this?
Just wanted to let the person who reported me know what that I am not at all bothered about being reported.
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It's typical I'd say. I don't know many Chinese folk (I count maybe 3 in my repertoire) but all of them have surprisingly complained to me about something similar to this, with their parents going absolutely nuts when they brought home someone who isn't also Chinese. Lord help you if they're Korean, and one poor girl brought home an Indian man and was almost disowned, or at least that's what she made it sound like.

None of them stuck with their partners and always broke it off. That's just how family is over there, it's inseverable usually unless you're willing to totally go it alone and let your family abandon you. Some families are more cool about it (younger ones) and even happy with the idea, but it seems to be a recurring theme, at least in my book. It varies culture to culture but in my (again, limited and non-local experience, I'm not Asian, I'm a white dude who just has mostly East-Asian friends) knowledge that's how it is.

Edit: that being said, if you after some casual stuff, just don't let 'em tell their parents. GO FOR IT AND GO TO TOWN! ;D
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(Original post by 2021 Doomsday)
Just wanted to let the person who reported me know what that I am not at all bothered about being reported.
You obviously care enough to announce it on the thread, you seem pretty bothered to me.
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You obviously care enough to announce it on the thread, you seem pretty bothered to me.
You're wrong, I merely wished to post this.
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It's typical I'd say. I don't know many Chinese folk (I count maybe 3 in my repertoire) but all of them have surprisingly complained to me about something similar to this, with their parents going absolutely nuts when they brought home someone who isn't also Chinese. Lord help you if they're Korean, and one poor girl brought home an Indian man and was almost disowned, or at least that's what she made it sound like.

None of them stuck with their partners and always broke it off. That's just how family is over there, it's inseverable usually unless you're willing to totally go it alone and let your family abandon you. Some families are more cool about it (younger ones) and even happy with the idea, but it seems to be a recurring theme, at least in my book. It varies culture to culture but in my (again, limited and non-local experience, I'm not Asian, I'm a white dude who just has mostly East-Asian friends) knowledge that's how it is.

Edit: that being said, if you after some casual stuff, just don't let 'em tell their parents. GO FOR IT AND GO TO TOWN! ;D
I’m not the “casual” type of girl, I like meaningful relationships, long term ones.
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