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"At the end of the day, you are married to each other and not each other’s cultures or families," says Reddit user bflowyngz."You have to respect and love the person you lie down with at night."Follow Julia on Twitter.

She says he told her, "’You don’t have to squint, it’s not that dark in here.’ This was meant as a joke and I took it as such since there was not malicious intent, just ignorant joking. The most surprising was how tactless some people are. ’ just sounds so rude and I hear it way too damn often," says Reddit user Catherine Am.

"I’ve had people ask if he’s Mexican, Columbian [sic], Middle Eastern, Singaporean, and at one point someone asked if he was a Syrian refugee.

When you’re surprised by who accepts you as a couple and who doesn’t.

A white woman married to a South-Asian woman, Reddit user breakingupishard22, says, "The only thing that’s ever stood out to me is that people are always surprised that her Muslim parents are cooler with us than my white atheist parents.

By Alexandra Temblador In 2013 Cheerios aired a new commercial that features one of the most modern day types of families in the United States, an interracial family made up of a black father, a white mother, and a biracial daughter.

Since then, they’ve released another commercial with the same family called “Gracie.” Unfortunately, the original commercial that was posted on You Tube received a lot of racist comments which led to the comments section to be closed.When people make backhanded comments about your significant other’s race.Reddit user PM_ME_UNIFORMS, a white woman married to a Southeast Asian man, explains, "The worst part for me is the number of people (OK, women) who, after learning I’m married to an Asian guy, say something along the lines of ’Oh, I couldn’t, I’ve just never been attracted to Asian men!When it comes to interracial dating, the people who’ve been there will tell you there can definitely be struggles.In a recent Ask Reddit thread, interracial couples laid out the real obstacles they encounter daily that they weren’t expecting before they got together.1. "My husband and I went to Disney World with my side of the family. We’re in line and when it’s our turn for the ride, they always cut the line off when it got to him," says Reddit user captawesome1794."Everyone had to explain that he was in fact part of our group and no, he wasn’t trying to cut us...." 2.

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