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Throughout the series, we follow the three de la Mora siblings—Paulina, Elena and Julián—as they navigate financial difficulties, interracial relationships, their sexualities and long-held family secrets.The House of Flowers Is Proof That Telenovelas Are Changing—and So Is the Way We Watch Them|Suyin Haynes|June 23, 2021|Time
Gallup has recorded other shifts in Americans’ ideas on marriage over time, historically, including expanded support for interracial marriage, which had 87% approval as of Gallup’s 2013 update.Gallup Poll shows 70% approval for same-sex marriage|Staff reports|June 8, 2021|Washington Blade
The story of the couple at the heart of the Supreme Court case that legalized interracial marriage is as exceptional as the case itself.
Still, there was something dishonest, avoidant about the way I’d scoffed at our invitation into the interracial couples’ group.
When my husband and I first moved to North Carolina, we were invited to join an interracial couples’ group at our church.
Interracial marriage was once widely prohibited as “unnatural.”History of Marital Customs on the Side of Same-Sex Marriage|Faramerz Dabhoiwala|June 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Interracial marriages, while triple in number compared to 1970, include slightly below 2% of the population.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin