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She says he told her, "’You don’t have to squint, it’s not that dark in here.’ This was meant as a joke and I took it as such since there was not malicious intent, just ignorant joking. The most surprising was how tactless some people are. ’ just sounds so rude and I hear it way too damn often," says Reddit user Catherine Am.

When you can be harassed just for being in public together.

"We were around a liberal town right outside NJ (New Hope) and we were spit on by a motorcyclist on his way out of main street," says Reddit user Zeroeh, a white man with a black wife.

One white man with a Hindu wife explains that "there’s a word in Tamil [her language] that literally translates to ’useless,’ but the Tamil word is often used colloquially to mean something closer to ’not currently needed,’" says Reddit user YWAK98alum.

"But that doesn’t stop my wife from describing all kinds of people (including me, frequently) as straight-up ’useless,’ including to their faces, and then wondering why these people either get angry or just avoid her." 4.

’ This is way worse than the people who ask things like ’does he speak much English?

’ when he’s lived in Canada longer than they’ve been alive." 5.

When people make backhanded comments about your significant other’s race.

Reddit user PM_ME_UNIFORMS, a white woman married to a Southeast Asian man, explains, "The worst part for me is the number of people (OK, women) who, after learning I’m married to an Asian guy, say something along the lines of ’Oh, I couldn’t, I’ve just never been attracted to Asian men!

"Everyone had to explain that he was in fact part of our group and no, he wasn’t trying to cut us...." 2.

When couple pics require more work than you’re used to. Taking selfies in the sun is a bitch," says Reddit user ehs5.

According to National Geographic, ‘We’ve become a country where race is no longer so black or white.' Indeed, The Pew Research Center has found that 15% of marriages in the US in 2010 were interracial, a number that is continually on the rise.