If you are looking for well-designed, functional, and trustworthy venue among interracial websites then Swirlr should be your choice.From the very first second of exploitation, you realize that this site is the one to introduce you to your future partner.For a reasonable price, you get an access to a large database of users which you may explore to spot interesting members.It is easy to stay in touch with them with the help of text and video chats accessible for the paid members.I’m pro interracial everything but I’m not down with the “swirl” and I never will be, no matter how Irish my husband.I encourage all women who’ve emailed me about the topic to drop the label as well.
I found this old post yesterday and wanted to edit it immediately since it felt unfinished. it was SO old, and I had just learned about “swirling” being a term. I think I’ll eventually write a piece on how creepy people are about mixed race children and an update to this piece on swirling at large, and what I’ve discovered about majority of the black women “swirlers.” Stay tuned.
For a black woman, “swirling,” as opposed to just simply “dating” makes the priority finding a partner that is not black. We’re raising a family together and our son is not a “swirl baby” as a woman in Penn Station recently called him, with a nod of approval.
Maybe I’m out of touch but shouldn’t the priority be with finding a partner that is awesome… (Why couldn’t she have just called him a cute baby? I’ve been asked numerous times (even by my blog readers) how to “get a white boy” and asking me what I did to attract him.
Some argue that it’s no different than having a “type” preference like blondes vs brunettes. Because of how deep the race and color issues go (in America and abroad) there is a huge difference in the two and we’d be naive to pretend there isn’t.
Which is why the intentional “swirling” movement rubs me the wrong way.
If you want to know what does an interracial swirl means and feels like, you may have a look at the website.