East indian and afroamerican dating
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It isn’t that he is cheap – they just don’t eat meat.
I started this blog to hopefully shoot down some of the common misconceptions people have about relationships like ours and to answer some of the more common questions that people may have about being in an intercultural relationship.
This blog is about our lives together as a mixed marriage couple, specifically African American (me) and East Indian (M). We have two children (from my previous marriage) and two dogs (one that I’m convinced has a social disorder, lol).
When considering dating an Indian, there are certain things you should be aware of.
Both men and women can benefit from understanding these cultural differences before going on that first date.