RENO – As per usual, the 2012 election heats up to a frenzy as the country is divided between red and blue states, conservative and liberal.But the personal may not always be the political, based on recent data released by Interracial Dating.com, an online dating service that specializes in connecting people who choose “character above color.” It turns out that some of the reddest of red states have the highest number seeking interracial relationships.The other posters are correct , I am from Texas originally and I can assure you , you will have NO problem here .. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum. part of the reason I left Texas was because I live an alternative lifestyle that is frowned upon at about the same rate as interracial dating anywhere outside Houston or Dallas . And no I am not talking about the fat ones(no offense) just trying to be honest. I really feel like Seattle would be the perfect place to find girls who are weird, gamers, artsy, and fun to be around with.Or are most of them close minded and are afraid to date black guys. We really shouldn't be living in a world where we have to ask stupid questions like this because race and color shouldn't matter.
And no I am not talking about the fat ones(no offense) just trying to be honest. Seattle have a lot of interracial dating/marrying, but it's mostly men who are of West European descent dating/marrying women who are of Asian descent.
Ten out of the site’s top 20 states with the most populous members have historically voted Republican over the past five presidential elections.
States like Texas , Georgia , Tennessee , Alabama , South Carolina , Louisiana and Indiana historically vote Republican and tend to be socially conservative–not exactly fertile ground for people openly and un-apologetically stating their non-conformist dating preferences.
Karazin, co-author of “Swirling: How to Date, Mate, and Relate, Mixing Race, Culture and Creed,” and publisher for the popular interracial dating blog, Beyond Black & White.
Karazin recently appeared on CNN’s “HLN Weekend Express with Natasha Curry ” discussing historically “swirl-friendly” areas most accepting of interracial couples.