12 Unexpected Struggles Interracial Couples Face


By Julia Pugachevsky/Cosmopolitan.com 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. When literally no one thinks you’re together. “My husband and IContinue reading “12 Unexpected Struggles Interracial Couples Face”

Sacratomatoville 10 for 2015


Sex, Politics, Relationships, Reality TV, Stupid People, Sports, Celebrities and  Sacramento are just some of the topics we cover here at the Sacratomatoville Post.    With Caitlyn Jenner’s transformation three of the top 10 post are about transgender individuals   Sexual harassment accusations  against the Mayor and Vice Mayor of Sacramento occupy two spots inContinue reading “Sacratomatoville 10 for 2015”

How to Navigate an Intercultural Relationship—and Parents Who May Not Be on Board


By Kelly Fong /mochimag.com Interracial relationships are nothing new, but they still remain one of the most controversial and difficult territories to navigate in society today. In 1967, the Supreme Court ruled that interracial relationships are, in fact, legal (and perfectly acceptable), and there are many instances of men and women addressing the issues theyContinue reading “How to Navigate an Intercultural Relationship—and Parents Who May Not Be on Board”

CALLING ME A TERRORIST IS NOT FLIRTING


The author ByBy Rula Al-Nasrawi/Vice. com Karaoke night used to be my jam. Back in the day, my best friend and I used go to the only bar in my small hometown in the San Francisco Bay Area and watch the regulars slur along to “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and “The First Cut Is the Deepest.” OneContinue reading “CALLING ME A TERRORIST IS NOT FLIRTING”

Stories of Race and Love


MIXED BLESSING ENGAGED, TOGETHER FOR 7 YEARS Arielle Davis and Ian Julie Half-black, half-white — how one woman discovered her romantic color-blind spot —By Anna Holmes You are a girl who looks like the world,” a friend once told me. I knew what she meant: My caramel-colored skin and curly hair, the product of aContinue reading “Stories of Race and Love”