5 Reasons Why Interracial Dating is Good

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There are so many people fall in love with someone who are from another ethnicity now. Walking down the street of United States, interracial couples is everywhere to be seen. white men black women, black men white women, black women looking for mixed race men and so on. If you haven’t dated outside your cultural or ethnic background, you’re potentially missing out on some amazing men and experiences. Here are 5 reasons why interracial dating is good.

1. you can Learn about another culture, a new language.

Cultures are fun, especially when you’re with someone you love. Learn a new language, visit a new country and enjoy a new holiday with your beau to really get to know him.

2. you will expose to a new ways of thinking.

If you are prefer to meet new kinds of people, explore new ways of thinking, and discover new ideas. Make interracial friends or have a interracial dating are the perfect experience to try.

3. Mixed kids are beautiful.

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Happy, Family, Soap Bubbles, Park

Mixed kids have richer genetic makeup, thus are less likely to get certain diseases, which makes them more likely to have greater facial symmetry.

4. Having an incredible experience with someone you love and respect.

Interracial dating can bring many incredible experience for us, incorporating aspects of the culture, race, religion into you daily life.

5. By example yourself, you can teach others around you that the interracial relationship or dating is like any other, with challenges but worth it.

Mississippi’s First Interracial Couple – Roger Mills and his new bride, Berta Linson

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Mississippi’s First Interracial Couple – Roger Mills  and Berta Linson

Mills, who is white, wanted to marry a black woman.  In most parts of the country, white men looking for black women would not have been a big deal in 1970. But in Mississippi, a state still resisting integration and clinging to a Jim Crow past that condemned “race mixing” as un-Christian, it absolutely was.

Mills didn’t expect to have any problems when he walked into the local courthouse to apply for a license. Three years earlier, the U.S. Supreme Court had unanimously struck down a Virginia law banning interracial marriage. Mississippi’s statute was essentially the same as Virginia’s and was surely a dead letter.

It wasn’t that simple. A local racist group got wind of the couple’s plans and successfully petitioned a state judge to issue an order forbidding the county clerk from granting the license.

Mills began to get worried. “We had sent out all of these invitations and were not anticipating this,” Mills said. “This was going to mess up everything. We didn’t know what we were going to do.”

The couple turned to the courts – first state, then federal. After a whirlwind of activity spanning two weeks, a federal appeals court lifted the order on the clerk, and Mills’ union with Berta Linson became Mississippi’s first legally sanctioned interracial marriage.

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Roger Mills and his new bride, Berta Linson, are all smiles as they leave the church following their wedding in Jackson, Mississippi, Aug. 3, 1970. The interracial marriage marked the end of the state’s anti-miscegenation laws.

The elder Mills said he never sought his fight.

“I just fell in love,” he said.