I use to live in a place where this would be a problem, as in, we would get a lot of stares and sometimes a few comments. I do like dating guys from any race (Latino, black, white, etc) but its annoying when you run into people who think your relationship is any of their buisness.
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It all depends on where you are in my country. While I think it is accepted by many people in most major cities in most regions, I think there are some who don't really accept it, but will tolerate it. Then of course there is the group that are completely against it.
Also I tend to find that there is somewhat of a double standard regarding interracial couples. It seems to be more acceptable if a White man is in an interracial relationship with any woman, as so long as she isn't a Black woman.
Additionally, there are some who seem to find nothing wrong with White men dating outside of their race, but still frown upon Black men who do. One prime example of this occurred when we were in Florence, South Carolina when visiting my father. He took us to a local Chinese restaurant. While we were there we happen to notice another interracial couple where it was a White guy with an Asian woman and myself (I'm Black) with an Asian woman. As we looked around the restaurant, people were staring at us as if we either did something wrong or didn't belong there, but no one seemed to be staring at the White/Asian couple at all. Most of the people that found us "out of place" were White people, mostly White males there, including the White guy who was with an Asian woman. While I may have expected the stares from the others I definitely figured he would be more accepting and understanding, but he wasn't. He just fixated on us like the rest of them did, which was something I couldn't really understand at the time.
Back home of course, where the population is predominantly Black, there seems to be some issues as well, but White men up North don't seem to mind. Generally a lot of issues we have tend to be more with some Black women who seem to be in disagreement with us as an interracial couple. Some have even went as far as pointing, and making comments that sometimes we can hear but not always loud enough to understand what's being said.
Basically, while the views of acceptance does vary between individual, I think that the amount of those that do accept and/or tolerate are larger than the numbers of those who don't, but it is still pretty much mixed in terms of views and levels of acceptance.0