Yet, in the five years that I have been with my black partner, I have been amazed by the profoundly different ways in which each of us is treated in similar situations.
I won't bore you with the endless stories of the white people who cross the street when they see my boyfriend walking by, or the countless women who clutch their purses tightly as he passes.
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I will not count off stares, glares, and eye rolls we get on the subway from white and black people alike, or waste my energy on our white gay acquaintances that reduce our interracial relationship to a wild Mandingo fantasy and a conversation about penis size.
Instead, let's examine the simple, but surprisingly painful act of dining out.
Polls show that many white and black people view this tragedy through starkly different lenses.Therefore, I did what I rarely had done up until this point in life and just shut up and listened.It was a watershed moment as I began to quietly observe the manner in which we both were treated and what I found forced me to examine my own long-held beliefs about racism.Ask almost any white person in America and they will tell you straight out that they are not racist.You will hear everything from, "I have black friends" to "I voted for Obama" as evidence of their inclusive viewpoints.