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Some field digging I did a bit of digging to get the views of other people of African origin on intercultural dating.

Some responses: “Love is love.” Jennifer (23), Angolan “I would only prefer to date a Congolese man because we both understand each others cultures.

In Africa, those who speak the same language have a similar culture.

I can get with someone from Cameroon or Ivory Coast because they speak French but not a Nigerian or a Ghanaian.” I agreed with Alexi.

“For most of us English is not our first language, we think in our mother tongue then translate it into English.

If you can communicate with someone in a language that you both feel comfortable with, it makes being with that person easier.

Being a fluent English speaker who also communicated with her parents in her mother tongue, I tended to slip between languages without thinking about it.

When I spoke to another Congolese person they understood me, but when I spoke to someone who didn’t speak my mother tongue, conversations couldn’t be as natural as I wanted them to be.

Stop wasting your time; you’ll regret it when you get older. It’s for your own good”, said her mother, adamantly.

And why was it better to date a white person rather than another African?

The connection is just better because we can relate in many ways since we’ve had a similar upbringing.” Sarah (24), Congolese “I love my Ghanaian brothers, especially those who can speak my tribal language. Especially when telling jokes, it just doesn’t sound the same in English.” Nana (24), Ghanaian “I will be with anyone as long as they are compatible to me and I’m attracted to them. I’m British.” Christopher (28), Nigerian “As long as they are not Jamaican.” Bijoux (28), Congolese “Dating someone from your own background has far more positives than dating someone from another background, such as cultural understanding, speaking the same language etc. I’ve brought a Nigerian, Jamaican and Congolese home.

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