"At the end of the day, you are married to each other and not each other’s cultures or families," says Reddit user bflowyngz.
"You have to respect and love the person you lie down with at night." Follow Julia on Twitter.
When you’re surprised by who accepts you as a couple and who doesn’t.
A white woman married to a South-Asian woman, Reddit user breakingupishard22, says, "The only thing that’s ever stood out to me is that people are always surprised that her Muslim parents are cooler with us than my white atheist parents.
Reddit user Banana Twinkie, an Asian woman, describes meeting her husband’s father, who is of German descent. "I’m a white woman married to a man who’s half Egyptian and half Native ...
She says he told her, "’You don’t have to squint, it’s not that dark in here.’ This was meant as a joke and I took it as such since there was not malicious intent, just ignorant joking. The most surprising was how tactless some people are. ’ just sounds so rude and I hear it way too damn often," says Reddit user Catherine Am.
The term "tranny" makes me feel like a thing rather than a person.
He also added, "I was stopped by the police before and the cop actually pulled me out of the car and asked me if she was a prostitute and would not believe me until I showed our wedding photo that’s in my wallet." 12.
When you learn that your relationship is so much more than what anyone else thinks.
When you can be harassed just for being in public together.
"We were around a liberal town right outside NJ (New Hope) and we were spit on by a motorcyclist on his way out of main street," says Reddit user Zeroeh, a white man with a black wife.
Many guys tend to ask questions, which is good in some circumstances. It's already hard for a trans girl to genuinely date or be in a relationship, because of, oh, I don't know: points nos. Guys, be very clear and up-front about what you are seeking.