I am young but am truely in love with a black man. What we have is so special and I know that I will never meet anyone else like him. We just fit together. My problem is I can't tell my parents. They always raised me to avoid blacks and to never date one and they prefered me to stay away from them all together. But I spent so much time with my grandma who taught me that everyone is equal so at school I talk to everyone. He really captured me and it was truely love at first sight. We have known each other for two years and have been secretely dating for about a year and a half. My best friend knows and for us its not a big deal at all, its so evident when we are together how perfect of a match we are that it seems like color is nothing. I just can't think of a way to tell my parents without getting disowned. I still live with them and know I will get forbidded to ever see him or talk to him. I hate having to live in the fear that someone might see us and tell them or that maybe they will find out. What can I do? What should I do? I love him and can't be without him...
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