This doesn't seem to happen much at all the other way around (black man/white woman). The difference in treatment may not be in terms of verbal insults or physical threats, but in terms of glances, body language, treatment and gossiping, whereas I haven't seen that behavior with WM/BW. As I've found in many places, people of the same ethnic backgrounds tended to drift to the "clique" mentality and limited their interaction with other races.
I'm from the west coast and I think it is incredibly tolerant compared to most regions of the US (I'm now living in the midwest), even in the smaller towns. I think different racial combinations provoke different reactions within different communities. I know that I recommended DC but I'd have to agree that the most hospitable part of the country for interracial couples is the West Coast, and it also happens to be home to the highest proportion of interracial couples as the number of residents identifying as "multiracial" on census forms can attest to. Just to quantify my experiences a little more, we (my wife and I) grew up in New Jersey, I in the south and she in the north.
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When The Supremes were in full swing with their shimmery dresses and funky hairstyles, Black and White love was strictly forbidden. Well, let’s take a look at today’s interracial couples in America by the numbers, shall we? In 1969, 56 percent of Blacks were down for the swirl compared to only 17 percent of Whites.
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If you can afford a house here i think No Va will be a blessing to you. There is a difference between being accepted inter-racially as a black man and white woman versus a white man and a black woman IMHO. I know because I was good friends with a reformed Neo-Nazi and you can do a search for skinhead and Pittsburgh and pull some interesting results.
Many people in black communities openly scoff at a white man being with a black woman, and I've personally experienced this. While it's much more common to see black men with white women than white men with black women, it seems to provoke more hostile reactions, particularly from black women as there are a good number who feel that white women are stealing their men and that black men (particularly those who are successful) are selling out by dating them. Diversity isn't a huge problem in that city, especially because of the interesting mix of higher education options in the region. What I noticed during my six years there is that those paths don't often cross outside of the venues of education and youth.