For weeks, Seung and I had been spending our nights together, but in the transient city of Los Angeles, waking up next to someone even regularly is not a sign of commitment. Our mutual willingness to blow off work, however or at least roll in late because we were lingering over breakfast , did make me feel certain that Seung would soon become my boyfriend. As we entered the Santa Monica breakfast bar, I noticed a young, attractive Asian woman looking at our clasped hands with apparent displeasure. When she then looked up at Seung and scowled, I gave her a big bright smile as a gentle warning to refrain from girl-on-girl hating.
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But I knew that what I had was something worth fighting for. It was a bittersweet moment when I finally got married. My marriage paved the way for even more mixed marriages in my extended family; it proves that it is possible to be happy despite being so different. My advice to every couple is not to compare yourself with others. Forge your own path and legacy!
15% of Canadians would never marry outside their race: Ipsos poll
Do you think this is the case or is 'disapproving' really only curiosity. Hubby and I are Indian and white mixed race couple. Its not going to put us off our trip just curious myself really to find out how we will likey be received, if there is going to be any reaction at all.
A Jewish friend of mine remarked once, only half joking, that he believed Indians are the true Chosen People. With no offense to Moses, I had to agree. I lived in India for about three years and my husband currently known as my husPad, thanks to his appropriating the iPad he "gave me," -- but that is another column is from New Delhi, which, in addition to providing me with lots of Indian friends and in-laws, have given me a pretty good perspective on the desirability of the people from the world's largest democracy -- and how to woo them. Before getting to "how," let's start with "why.