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A Jersey Shore model whose Old Navy ad was at the center of a Twitter storm had the last word on the matter.
Old Navy tweeted a photo depicting an interracial couple and their child on Friday — featuring Clay Pollioni of Orley Beach with a black child and woman.
Kugel says there could be a number of reasons: shifting beauty standards, high profile couples and characters like Olivia Pope on “Scandal.” And even on the TV reality series “Love and the City,” Bershan Shaw found her true match expanding by her horizons.
“I realized I had to step out of the box because dating in New York City was hard,” she said. Shaw was a business owner, beat cancer, and was surrounded by great girlfriends – but to find the last piece to her puzzle she had to switch it up.
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I'm endlessly thankful this platform for giving us a chance to find each other.
So, I'm looking for any bars or other places in the city that have pretty good mixed crowds or just chill environments where race isn't even considered.
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For the first time in the school’s history, Bob Jones University observed Martin Luther King Jr. That’s a pretty big deal for a fundamentalist Christian school that didn’t even accept black students until the 1970s and banned interracial dating until as recently as 2000 because “it breaks down the barriers God has established.”To be sure, they didn’t exactly “celebrate” anything today. Jeffrey Hoffman, the Executive Director of BJUnity (an LGBT-affirming group for BJU alumni and students), said this is a big deal for the campus even if it may not seem like much outside that bubble.
“We are a brand with a proud history of championing diversity and inclusion,” the statement said.
“At Old Navy, everyone is welcome,” Pollioni, who is also a surfer according his Instagram profile, posted a picture of himself with a poster of the ad at the Old Navy at the Ocean County Mall in Toms River.
Hey everyone, I'm a black, female college student in the University City area, and the topic name says it all.
Simply put, I'm into white guys, and that's sort of a rarity on campus and the bars/hang-outs around.
I spent almost a year working on it, and it goes into far more depth about things like the "double standards" between how black men and black women view interracial dating, the issues facing bi-racial children, and why it is that some women who should know better choose "bad boys" instead of the "nice men" they say they want!