I am a 19 year old Indian guy, have not had a girlfriend before but it isn't entirely my fault. Problem is I went to a high school which only had around 300 students (maybe less), a lot of the girls already had boyfriends, most girls were Black (not Alicia Keys or Meagan Good but a lot of girls who did not look that good and had the stereotypical ghetto attitude, wouldn't disqualify dating a Black girl though), and mostly my parents said I can only date a girl when I am 18 years or older (they did not care what race).
Well I just finished my first year of college, unfortunately the high school I went to was so bad and the guidance counseling was so bad that I ended up at a local university, college student still living with parents, YAAAAYYYYY (not really). My first year of college I got pushed into a major I didn't want, came out with a 2.9 GPA.
Problem is I live in the Bible Belt and you get the picture. Though what really gets me is that I have heard of a lot of Indian girl - White guy couples down here and I have seen two or three personally but never in my life have I seen an Indian guy with a White girl or Latina, have seen them once with an Asian girl and once with a Black girl (but she was like Precious and the Indian dude actually looked good, not trying to be judgmental). I have been close in terms of getting with a girl but due to stupidity and lack of action on my behalf I blew it, got asked out by a White/Asian mixed girl and had something going on with a Persian girl but I just blew it due to what I was going through.
Now my plan is to pick my GPA up and maybe one day move to NYC or California or a more liberal open minded area. What I want to ask you Indian people on here is this, being an Indian guy (even though I am Americanized), will I still have a tough time finding love if I want to date interracial?
*I am 6"2, people tell me I am light tanned skin and have the same skin tone of a Middle Eastern or brown Hispanic person, average build but working on bulking, my parents are liberal, I am not traditional, and my accent has been described as being an Americanized accent or just a "different" accent (people say I do not have an Indian accent, whether that is good or bad I do not know, maybe you guys can shed some light on this).