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More pertinently for you, there are black Poland born Poles who speak Polish, have one Polish parent but who aren't accepted as Polish at all due to a parent being from elsewhere.
I know one girl who suffers discrimination for exactly this reason, and gets told often to go back to where she came from. Point being, with this as the relevant background, yes, interracial dating is a huge taboo in Poland.
I'm sure his mother would be surprised at the very least. If your BF says it won't be a problem, it most probably won't, at least with closest family - parents, siblings etc.
Plus - if he wants you to meet them, it usually means he's serious about your relationship. We aren't really racist (besides fringe far-right morons, which some of them - be warned - tend to appear at this sub), but because Poland is 99% white and culturally Christian (I mean there are some atheists of course, but non-Christian faiths are below 1%), we aren't familiar with other races.
It's more due to the fact that people with ginger hair are actually scientifically proven to be more prone to mischief than others, here's a lecture of Dr Peterson talking about this topic more in-depth:https://
v=o Hg5SJYRHA0What you're saying is all nonsense.
If his family is close to their polish heritage, there is likely to be a brief "outsider" period after which you will be accepted as one of their own.
It changes only since ~10 years, but excluding Warsaw and maybe 2-3 other major urban areas, black people are still a sight.
If you are going to visit a smaller town or rural area, be prepared for lots of curious stares.
I'm white Irish and have been told many times to 'fuck off back to where I came from'.
But it would be stupid to call this racism, in my case.
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Have any of you ever dated anyone from another race? We haven't been dating for that long so I haven't met his family yet. It was a pleasant surprise because I was worried about visiting. I've been told it's because I'm a woman and visiting as a black man would be different...?