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When I walk down the street, hand in hand with Taurean, some people might look down on me, but I don't care.I'm doing my part to prove them wrong with their stereotypes. Now my parents love Taurean and he comes over every Sunday. To read more about these couples and their experience, click here.My mom kept saying that society would look down on me.They never said outright that he's black but they implied a lot. We had a lot of patience and hope that things will get better.After all, we were supposed to meet someone in Glens Falls to buy a collection and on the way also stop at a repair station in Saratoga and have our springs checked on our minivan.And, of course, take care of the rest of the routine that all small business owners must do daily.
They are fed up of waiting for their husbands to come home. This is the great thing about dating married women, you don't have to pretend you are looking for a serious relationship.
I don't know how many times people are surprised to meet me in person and see that I'm black because they say I sound so articulate over the phone. Who: Allison Forbes, 19, and Taurean Boyd, 19, both of Syracuse.
Background: Forbes is of Italian, Irish, Polish and Canadian Mohawk descent. She graduated as valedictorian and he graduated as salutatorian of Henninger High School's Class of 2008. She is majoring in biology and psychology and he is pursuing computer engineering. Challenges they've encountered: Boyd: My family was perfectly fine with us. Forbes: My dad told me that Taurean will never be anything to me except a friend and that I will never date him.
I want to be with you and I'm not going anywhere." Is today's society open to interracial relationships?
Boyd: At Henninger, there were a number of interracial couples. Forbes: Things are changing but sometimes we still get stares.