In South Africa, dating someone from a different race can be complicated — even 25 years after the end of apartheid. Even in Cape Town, South Africa's most liberal city, their love pushes boundaries even today. Because they were like, 'Oh? Please make sure to include your name and your country. For decades, the country was governed by a system that kept different races separate, not just in workplaces and schools but also in the bedroom. She confirms that those who lived under apartheid may have a different take on the issue of interracial relationships:. South Africa's anti-racism week 'a drop in the ocean' "TakeOnRacism" is an anti-racism campaign taking place this week in South Africa.
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Colorblind: interracial love in South Africa
Paula Quinsee is a relationship coach and author, who often works closely with interracial couples to help resolve problems arising from these sorts of pressures. Quinsee calls for more kindness among people to overcome South Africa's lingering challenges, saying that South Africans are "failing" their own people by being too harsh to one another: "Racism does not talk about black or white. His girlfriend Gabi thinks that age plays a big role, adding that with each younger generation there's less reservation towards interracial love: "I think my parents' generation, it was a bit different.