OUR LOVE IS COLOUR BLIND








Living in an interracial relationship is not as complicated as many might think. I live in Manchester with my husband , a Nigerian filmmaker, and our two children.


The question I hear all too frequently is " What is it like living with a black guy?" Even my husband asked me before " what does he feel like having mixed-race children?" or as my dad would say, cappuccino kids.









My answer is pretty simple. It doesn't make any difference. A lot of the times I don’t even notice skin colours.


I remember when my friend referred to someone as a light skinned Nigerian girl and I didn't even notice the girl was light-skinned.

The thing is I don't have time to  think about skin colours when "I am busy with my life, paying bills, raising children etc."

As interracial marriages have become increasingly common it is time for people to realise how easy it is to live in one. I mean there are a  few things to get used to but that is a story for another day. For example, the food is something I had to adjust to and I still do.

But all in all living in an inter-racial relationship is just as simple as any other relationship.




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