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DUE TO SO MANY CALLERS WE HAD IN QUE LAST NIGHT, WE'RE GONNA REVISIT THIS TOPIC AGAIN. INTERRACIAL DATING. MEN, WHY ARE YOU DATING OUTSIDE OF YOUR RACE? WOMEN, WHAT ARE YOUR REASONS? ARE THESE REASONS VALID. PLEASE CALL IN & SHARE YOU OPINION. NO MATTER WHAT RACE YOU ARE, WE WOULD LIKE TO HEAR WHAT YOU HAVE TO SAY.
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TONIGHT ON THE EXPERIENCE
We talk about a hot topic that everyone talks about: interracial dating. What are the pros? What are the cons? Is it better to date outside your race or is worse? Are all men and women the same no matter which race you choose? Well, we're getting to some of the root of that tonight.
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As I researched this week's topic I found that when most people use the term INTERRACIAL, they automatically think Black and White. Why this is so is beyond me and is worth further investigation and discussion.
It seems that interracial dating and relationships are more acceptable today than it was in the past, but that just may be on the surface. There have actually been polls taken that shows this to be the case, but again those polls are only using Black and White people in their studies.
Let's talk about what the term interracial actually means and how the dating scene looks from all aspects.
Join us on Wednesday night, June 4th on DPRADIOXL/Blogtalkradio.com as we shed a little more light on the issue.
In tonight's episode, we will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of interracial dating. How do family and friends play a role in the relationship? What are the consequences that an interracial relationship may have on their offspring? Does it affect the way people treat you when you date outside of the race? What's the best way to approach interracial dating or should you even stay away from them? Find out more at 9pm eastern standard time!
Have you ever dated someone of another race? What are some of the pros and cons? Are you a person that used to date within your race, but now refuses to? Are you against interracial dating? This will be an open discussion about relationships. I'll play music too .Let's Talk!! Join me is this candid convesation.
Tonight's show is about interracial dating. Very interesting discussion and always controversial. Some people love it, some people hate it, and some people love to hate it but regardless of how you feel about it, it's here and it's not going anywhere.
But why do people feel the need to date outside of their race? It seems that most of the time bad experiences lead people to try dating outside of their race which to some spectators seems like a rebound.
So how do you feel about interracial dating? Does it offend you when you see someone of your race dating someone of a different race and if so what exactly fuels you to feel that way? Do you think interracial dating usually works out better than dating a mutual race?
So many questions and viewpoints to be addressed and that's what we're here for so make sure you don't miss out and if you want to join in on the discussion that # is 347-848-9540.
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