We talked to seven interracial couples of various backgrounds about how watching the film made them reflect on their own relationships, the enduring stress of “meeting the parents,” and whether they’ll be RSVPing for the next family reunion — “TBD,” as one of our interviewees put it. I just kept thinking about what other people in the theater were thinking about me and him and our relationship, and I felt uncomfortable.Not bad uncomfortable — more the type of uncomfortable that pushes you to recognize your privilege and to try and reconcile the past.
So I guess I was exposed to it at such a young age it doesn’t bother me anymore.
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Even my grandma had some pieces she’d slip in her head if she wanted some extra body that day.
As much as mainstream celebrities 3- Our hair, as it grows out of our head, is not unprofessional Honestly I hear this one perpetuated by whites and blacks equally.