Oh and by the way, not that it is of any real significance but I am a 23 year old black male and my girlfriend is a 27 year old white female.
No one in Kentucky will be "shocked" with interracial relationships.
On 15 March 2016, SB180 passed in a 22 to 16 vote and moved on to the state house. Nothing is more evident of that than Senate Bill 180 from the current legislative session.This bill has already gained approval from a Senate committee, oddly enough with the moniker of Public Protection, and if it achieves passage, Lexington’s mayor may not be welcomed into some businesses in his own city, Sir Elton John may not be able to go into some restaurants in Louisville after one of his concerts and a great number of Kentucky’s gay citizens, many of whom I proudly call friends could suffer the same fate in cities across our fine Commonwealth. Will police one day not have to protect gay citizens?That article story referenced a SB 180, a bill introduced into the Kentucky state senate on , and the mention of “allowing discrimination against interracial couples” led some readers to infer that the bill in question had made (or would make) mixed-race marriage illegal in Kentucky.The bill made no mention of interracial couples, however.