The Wedding Date
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Sheikha Steffen is used to the whispers and stares. She's a Middle Eastern woman who wears a head scarf and covers her body, and her husband is a blond-haired white man with blue eyes. Though Sheikha lives in Norway, her experience isn't unique to where she lives. Here in the U. She says that bias and discrimination towards interracial couples is definitely a thing, but that the reasons behind it are complicated. She attributes discrimination against interracial couples, in part, to a theory called the "mere exposure effect.
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Jump to navigation. Over time, romance novels written by Black women and released by mainstream publishers seemed to come few and far in-between. While McMillan is still publishing, and having her novels adapted for screen , there are fewer and fewer Black romance novels. The Wedding Date ends that unnecessary drought. In her debut novel, Jasmine Guillory presents two complex but easily recognizable characters who are navigating conflict and their own shortcomings in order to find their way to themselves and each other.