You reblog alot about black people/racism yet you married a white guy...??
"...baby you're so classic..." Answer:
so suddenly marrying outside my race makes me less black? i dont think so.
i have a husband who is currently living in another continent for the next year. so can you imagine when i give birth to our daughter and i go into stores by myself, i will automatically get viewed as a young single mother, lets not forget that ill be 22 right after my daughter arrives and happily married over a year with a full time career. but nope. i can have a baby hanging off my hips and i will get stereotyped like any other black woman. people at the register expecting me to pull out my food stamps and WIC information because the news is falsely representing black americans. or shoot since my daughter may not match my skin tone i may just be her nanny to some people!
i dont care who you are married to nor what color you are, you can still speak up about the disrespect that black americans, especially males, are facing today. my husband is white but do you forget that my father is black? my 30 year old brother? my 9 year old brother? my cousin? my grandpa? my nephew?my uncle? that last big news happened in St Louis where my brother currently lives. that could of been my brother on the street.
you dating interracially does not define who you are or what you can stand for. its just one piece of a bigger picture. do not forget that.