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From him, there was not even a single thought that #Black Lives Matter was exclusionary.

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So if seeing a beautiful relationship can't change their minds, I can at least make a hate-filled racist's day a bit worse just by being with the person I love. Because nothing feels better than orgasming while thinking about all the progress we've made in civil rights in this country." God Bless America. Here's the proof: Olivia Pope and President Fitzgerald Grant, Olivia and Jake Ballard, Lila and Wes from , Cristina and Preston Burke, George O'Malley and Callie Torres, Jackson and April — that's without mentioning some more of the fleeting encounters that took place in the corridors, patient's rooms, and janitor's closets of Seattle's Grace Hospital — and now Annalise and Eve.

Seeing my natural reactions of fear to the police flipped a switch in him that helped him understand the overwhelming and constant anxiety that comes with being black in America.

I ran across Essence Magazine’s 2011 interview with R&B singer Robin Thicke during which he discusses his love of black women–more so, his wife, actress Paula Patton, being understood as an R&B artist, and his predominantly black female fan base. ROBIN THICKE: To be a part of your biggest days — you know your child being conceived or born, or you walking down the aisle — there’s really nothing sweeter. THICKE: I can’t wait to get you home and love you up for two to three hours. You can’t understand it until you are with somebody every day and you have a child that you know is Black, you then understand that, wow, what a different experience Black people and in particular Black women have to go through.

Miscegenation is the umbrella term/definition of an interracial relationship.

This is a relationship between a person of one race (Caucasian, Asian, Negroid) with another race.

So if seeing a beautiful relationship can't change their minds, I can at least make a hate-filled racist's day a bit worse just by being with the person I love. Because nothing feels better than orgasming while thinking about all the progress we've made in civil rights in this country." God Bless America. Here's the proof: Olivia Pope and President Fitzgerald Grant, Olivia and Jake Ballard, Lila and Wes from , Cristina and Preston Burke, George O'Malley and Callie Torres, Jackson and April — that's without mentioning some more of the fleeting encounters that took place in the corridors, patient's rooms, and janitor's closets of Seattle's Grace Hospital — and now Annalise and Eve.

Seeing my natural reactions of fear to the police flipped a switch in him that helped him understand the overwhelming and constant anxiety that comes with being black in America.

I ran across Essence Magazine’s 2011 interview with R&B singer Robin Thicke during which he discusses his love of black women–more so, his wife, actress Paula Patton, being understood as an R&B artist, and his predominantly black female fan base. ROBIN THICKE: To be a part of your biggest days — you know your child being conceived or born, or you walking down the aisle — there’s really nothing sweeter. THICKE: I can’t wait to get you home and love you up for two to three hours. You can’t understand it until you are with somebody every day and you have a child that you know is Black, you then understand that, wow, what a different experience Black people and in particular Black women have to go through.

Miscegenation is the umbrella term/definition of an interracial relationship.

This is a relationship between a person of one race (Caucasian, Asian, Negroid) with another race.

With all the absolutely heinous events we see involving black Americans (recently and throughout history) it's hard not to feel alone sometimes.