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But now such couples grace the screen with little to no commentary about their racial makeup.At some point during the past decade, Hollywood decided that mixed couples just aren’t controversial anymore.
These are generalizations, of course, but they are attitudes that I've personally encountered.
On shows such as ABC’s , the biopic about the couple who took their fight against anti-miscegenation laws to the Supreme Court in 1967, suggest that interracial marriage today is unremarkable.
The implication is that outrage over miscegenation is passé.
Although it is impossible to know exactly how many black women were sexually assaulted under slavery, such abuse was widespread.
Not all sexual encounters between masters and female slaves would be considered rape according to most definitions of the term.
Throughout the period of slavery in America, white society believed black women to be innately lustful beings.
Because the ideal white woman was pure and, in the nineteenth century, modest to the degree of prudishness, the perception of the African woman as hyper-sexual made her both the object of white man's abhorrence and his fantasy.
Skepticism towards black men/white women relationships is a longstanding and well-documented part of our cultural fabric in America. I'm not a "black man" who "dates white women." I'm a person.
I have my own unique experiences and some of them include having dated women who are white, but because interracial dating is such a historically tense and loaded subject, it's hardly ever looked at with any understanding or compassion for the people personally involved.
Interracial relationships are the new normal, or at least not abnormal enough to be noteworthy. When Serena Williams announced her engagement to Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian, she faced attacks from white racists and some African Americans, disappointed that the tennis star planned to wed a white man.
The former disparaged Williams in the comments section of news stories about the engagement, calling the athlete “ugly,” a “man” and imploring her not to breed with her fiancé.
Black women have told me it's because I'm a sellout.