The race of origin views the individual as a traitor or betrayer and violence can stem from this perspective. The opposite/opposing partner’s race considers the correspondent partner as an intruder, spy, and spoiler to whom violence can be directed. An example of this perspective is that of the black women accusing the white women of stealing the black men, which is founded on the number and frequency of interracial marriages. The couples are at fault for having not sought for a compatible partner within their race and the society has every right to question such choices. The representation of interracial relations in the film Jungle Fever is characteristic of the challenges that everyday couples face. The society, although in backgrounds, does not approve of interracial relations as they destabilize the balance of societies and communities. There is a lack of identity that comes from belonging to two races, and not being fully committed to one. The family that arises from interracial couples fails to uphold either race or culture affirmatively and this does not sit well with society. Due to interracial marriages, some races have been eliminated and become extinct, meaning a loss of heritage and cultural wealth. Interracial Relationships in the Film Jungle Fever.
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