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View Poll Results: Will I have a very tough time dating interracial in Southern California?
Yes, what you heard is true 7 35.00%
Depends on which parts 3 15.00%
In most cases no 4 20.00%
Not at all 6 30.00%
Voters: 20. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 07-18-2011, 10:18 PM
Location: Oxnard, CA
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Originally Posted by WavinFlag View Post
No actually I think being more into my culture is going to create major disadvantages, repped you for helping me though.
Thanks for the rep points!! I don't know what in your culture would be a disadvantage but I find a man knowledgeable about his culture, heritage, etc. as a great asset.

You would have to explain more to me!
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Old 07-20-2011, 01:07 AM
Location: Southern California
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Originally Posted by MtnSurfer View Post
This is an interesting question which would be good to hear from some of the ladies on.

There are definately a lot of races intermingled throughout SoCal. But honestly I think much will depend on where you socialize primarily and who is there. For example I am partly hispanic with a hispanic sur name. Yet the majority of my friends where I grew up in SoCal (South Bay) were white. It was just the demographic in that part of SoCal at the time. Then I spent the majority of my early single years around mixed races in college. I dated asian, white, hispanic and persian women through college and beyond. Finally I met my wife at a church I attended which had mixed races and she is white. Our kids look white for the most part, unless in the sun a lot.
So you're like British video producer Jake Nava, whose father is from Mexico and his mother is Dutch and Austrian. (You most likely don't look anything like him, though. )

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