By Ashley Hayes, CNN
(CNN) - Forty-five years after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a ban on interracial marriage, the rate of marriage across racial and ethnic lines in the United States is on the rise, according to a new study released Thursday.
And while such "intermarriages" continue to grow, so too does public acceptance of such unions, according to the study by the Pew Research Center's Social and Demographic Trends project.
The study has left social media sites abuzz with discussion.
"Why do people give inter-racial dating so much lip service?" wrote Tosin Lajuwomi on Twitter. "You like who you like – black, white, blue, orange."
Others were more reserved about what the report reflects.
"I look forward to the day when stories about "inter-racial" marriages are no longer newsworthy," wrote James Burns on the micro-blogging site. "We have far to go."
Microblogging; it may sound small due to the "micro" word; but I tell you; it's one of the giants on the internet when it comes to traffic, promotion and sales for your blog. You must know which microblogs can give you the best benefit. Without even visiting the web-page, a good Keyword Analyzer will have a module that will tell you whether or not links on the page use "NoFollow" tags. This lets you avoid you from wasting your time on building links from sources where you receive no search engine benefits. It's otherwise known as Follow or No follow.;..^.
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I wish this would have happened earlier. 'cause instead of having a dead Whitney, We'd have a Whitney Houston with Kevin Costner and still making great hits. More interacial acceptance, less Bobby Browns.
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