I’ve come to accept it and I am happy; I’ve learnt so much from his family.” Added Simon: “You cannot change your race…You just follow your style but try to adapt, so that both parties are happy.”Producer Naleeza Ebrahim said: “Any marriage is complicated enough, but a mixed marriage simply ups the ante.”Deputy chief editor Susanna Kulatissa said the producers were “struck by the honesty and earnestness with which each couple shared their story”.“What became starkly clear to us by the end of the series was that despite the hurdles, they still found ways to bridge their cultural gaps – reminding each of us that we are indeed more similar than we are different,” she added.New stats from more than 1 million online daters show that whites mostly stick with whites and rarely respond to overtures from potential black love interests.
They took a look at racial preferences and online communications of people who subscribed between 20 to a major Web-based dating service that they agreed to not name.
Subscribers indicated a racial preference in their cyber-profile, tailoring their profiles to reflect a desire to date people only of the same race, of another race or of any race.
Love is colorblind until it is judged by its skin color or cultural differences.
Focusing less on the color or differences and more on the undeniable actions required of love is good advice for all of us.
) “The Internet has changed things,” says Jerry Mendelsohn, a U. More than four of five whites contacted other whites, while just 3% reached out to blacks.
The ratios stayed the same for young and older people, too — 80% chose not to contact others from outside their race.SINGAPORE: Love may be colour-blind for the two people in a relationship - but it's often not the case for their families or others in society.Norsham Husaini and Anne Chua dated for seven years before telling their parents of their wedding plans.Catch 'Love is (Colour) Blind' on On The Red Dot, every Friday starting Aug 26, at 9.30pm on Media Corp Channel 5.Interracial romance is nowhere near the eyebrow-raising phenomenon it used to be.After all these years, they seem to have found middle ground.