Until 1967, it was illegal for anyone to marry outside of one’s race.
Now, although the phenomenon is no longer seen as taboo, there still exist many debates on the topic of interracial dating and its prevalence in society, especially across college campuses.
Gubbins acknowledges "there are people I haveheard of, or know, that have a particular fetish."But undergraduates for the most part say love, notcuriosity, is what brings couples together."There is that thing if you watch 'Jungle Fever'-the implication that you have some deviantexotic image of another ethnic group," Gubbinssays. There is no exotic, fetish thing going on."A Black senior, who spoke on condition ofanonymity, says she is dating another senior whois white.
Interracial daters were again rated more positively by their partners compared to intraracial daters.
In a third experiment, the researchers photographed 101 interracial and intraracial couples.
In September, the fliers were also found at the University of Michigan.
Among the racist claims, the flier states Black men are not intelligent and Blacks “are more likely to commit every type of violent crime than whites.” Its also states Black men are abusive and commit sexual assault.
According to The Daily Campus, SMU’s student newspaper, “a watermark on the bottom-right corner of the flier may indicate it was originally published by the alt-right.” Related Story: White Supremacist to Serve in Top White House Role The alt-right movement played a pivotal role in the campaign of President-elect Donald Trump.