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Every couple, regardless of racial makeup, will hear this question countless times through the duration of their relationship.
But when you are part of an interracial couple, it’s how it’s asked, where it’s asked and whom it’s asked by, that usually sends a signal that this isn’t just another nosy inquiry from your elderly aunt (who wants to make sure you’re not trying that new fangled online dating stuff).
However, four counties had "less than zero" change — meaning they declined in the number of interracial couples, though by how much was not defined.
It just doesn’t make sense…at least not to me.”Just as it apparently didn’t make sense to the police officers, and whichever witnesses allegedly sent them to the scene.Interracial dating may draw criticism — like that of a young Mississippi couple that led to a mother to defend her daughter on Facebook. married-couple households that are interracial or interethnic grew from 7.4 percent in 2000 to 10.2 percent — 2.8 percentage points — in 2016.But over the last 16 years, the number of interracial couples in the United States has increased by nearly 40 percent, according to a report by Interracial couples in Mississippi increased below the national average at less than 2.4 percentage points.“They were questions that quite frankly made me feel like that they were questioning me being like the client of a prostitute.”A friend of mine said she has a stock reply ready whenever those who are not in uniform ask a similarly offensive question: “How did you two meet?”It’s not the question itself that’s offensive, of course.