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I finished my contract and returned to the Philippines where we both met face to face for the first time and there were sparks!
We are now excited to welcome our 1st baby next month!
But de-selecting a certain group means even if they shared your values and interests, you wouldn't date them anyway.
Now some will argue that this is still not necessarily racism, but rather for some, a fear of what others around them might think and therefore it is simply the avoidance of unnecessary problems. I do think for a lot of people it is too much to have to deal with society's judgments, which unfortunately, do still exist when it comes to certain types of relationships.
This month we will celebrate our 3rd anniversary since meeting on Oasis!
We were both far each other when we first started chatting, he was in England and I was working in Saudi Riyadh at that time.
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But as the piece asked, does closing the door on the possibility of anyone that doesn't look like you, equal racism? And when I say it is a racist decision, in this case I am simply meaning it is a decision based in part or in whole on the color of someone's skin.