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From the parents' perspective, they know from family history that Indian works; they've seen many Indians marry Indians.
This could possibly involve hidden body cams placed on your jacket during your Netflix and ice cream Friday nights. Seeing someone you know when you're in the drug store with him and thinking, "Yeah, I'm going to have to say every word in this forced small talk convo while he stands there like a stranger who *might* know me." If I had a nickel for every time I'd had one of these interactions (that were so awkward I swear the person never even realized my boyfriend wasn't just a random guy hovering near me like a creep), I'd be a millionaire. Feeling like you say, "I never knew that about you! Because you know he's not always going to disclose all of his awesome qualities and passions and achievements from day one, but also it'd be cool if you didn't feel like every date was the first date (real talk though: this is actually kind of cool ultimately). When you tease him about something little and he doesn't say anything back, so you're pretty sure he hates you now.
Wondering if your shy boyfriend suddenly hates you is maybe 50 percent of having a shy boyfriend. Having to pretend he's not blushing when he's definitely blushing.
While it's likely that old, old stereotypes about what a "danger" a Black man is to a White woman definitely were at play in the response to the Cheerios commercial, a big part of why people were so riled up about Gracie was because she was the literal fruit of a paring that they didn't want to acknowledge.
Seeing a couple together who personally offends you is one thing; seeing that they've procreated and have made more "like them" is quite another.
Though racial microaggressions are felt by every marginalized group within the dating realm, I am building upon my own personal experiences with heterosexual, cisgender white men to offer suggestions on how to ease racial tensions that may arise in a white man/black woman pairing.