I'm not sure if that included black Latinos or just African-Americans.I do know that a lot of black Latino families, not all, encourage their children to improve the race, as they call it, by marrying someone lighter or white so their children will experience less racism.When I called, her After our date, Gwen became very distant refusing to go out with me again saying that it was only an attraction; nothing more.Yet, other church members and I consistently caught her watching me intently from a distance.She even acted somewhat hostile toward another woman whom I started seeing.Word got around the church that Gwen's mother did not want her getting involved with black men; only whites and non-black Latinos; preferably I've heard of other cases where Latino parents threatened to disown their daughters if they were to marry a black man.
I would like to participate on your website if that is possible. One of them is hottie of the week, and the other one is question of the week. I am Puerto Rican from New York, have a Master’s degree in Computer Security.
Through my own travels to various Latin-American countries, I've observed a lot of interracial dating, marriages, and mixed children through marriage as well as wedlock.
However, from my own observation, the interracial relationships are primarily among those in the lower portions of the economic ladder being that “class” is a bigger issue in Spanish-speaking countries than race.
I think a commentary from an “insider” would be good, so what say you?
Armando: For the purpose of this question I will say that I am Puerto Rican and that I will talk a lot about New York since that is where I am from.
In my opinion, this exists because of how people are raised, and some are not well-travelled to be able to experience different cultures.