Constance Wu shared her feelings about people who target her for her dating choices.
Like many other Asian women, the “Crazy Rich Asians” star has faced backlash for her dating preferences — particularly with men outside her race.
William Marutani, a Japanese-American lawyer from Kent, Washington, is not exactly a household name.
But if walls from one courtroom half a century ago could talk, they would have named him as one of the forerunners of interracial marriage.
Thailand is now offering classes to help women avoid instances of human trafficking amid a rising number of interracial marriages in the country.
In a 2004 government study, it’s reported that about 15,000 women from one of Thailand’s poorest regions married foreign partners as a means of improving their economic status.
A Swedish YouTuber and her dark-skinned husband recently became the victims of vicious cyber-bullying from racist netizens after appearing in a YouTube vlog together.
Markus, a Swedish man of Indian descent, is married to Moa, a Swedish vlogger who regularly posts videos about her life and family, according to Storypick. Recently, Moa featured Markus and their baby daughter Mila in an adorable baby-feeding video.
Asian Americans have been known to have some of the highest “intermarriage” rates in the United States. Now, new research conducted on Asian American newlyweds has found that a significant number of them came from those with some college education, AsAmNews reports.
The study, released by the Pew Research Center on Thursday, revealed that about 29% of recent Asian marriages in 2015 were interracial, compared to 27% among recently married Hispanics.
When it comes to societal perceptions, Asian males and Black females typically get the short end of the stick. Asian men are constantly emasculated while Black women are masculinized in media, which by society’s ridiculous standards of beauty, are “undesirable” traits.
The negative representations have significantly shaped how society views Black women and Asian men, much less how they view themselves.