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Look Deeper is a safe space for the conversations you want to have about bias in pop culture, the news, and in your own lives. You can share stories and comment using images, videos, audio clips, links, and more.

Look Deeper is part of MTV's Look Different campaign, which is here to help you erase the hidden racial, gender, and anti-LGBT bias all around us. As part of the campaign, MTV launched the Look Different Challenge, asking for creative ideas for a digital tool that would help us have meaningful conversations about bias. The winning tool, Look Deeper, was inspired by an entry from Joe Wheeler, a recent graduate and designer interested in how thoughtful media can spark conversations and encourage critical thinking.

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anonymous

Is there a double standard that occurs when it comes to black women dating outside their race as opposed to black men? I've had a black man tell me that it's okay for him...

anonymous

My white grandma asked me (a white girl); "you wouldn't ever date a black man would you?" and I said YES ONLY BLACK MEN just to make her mad. Do you think we can change our...

anonymous

As an African American female, I already deal with stereotypes, but dating an Asian man puts a spotlight on me, like i'm not suppose to date outside race OR people make...

anonymous

I feel like people need to stop making it a "black vs white" and "who can get the most pity" campaign. I'm born an interracial child with a white mother and a black father...

anonymous

I don't understand why me and my partner will be harassed by people of many different races for being an interracial couple. Why do you think this happens?

anonymous

As a black female who is attracted to men of all races, race is a big issue. I often find myself asking men, who are not black, that I'm interested in dating, if they like...

anonymous

my dad once asked me not to go to the Georgia Fair with my boyfriend since I'm white, he was black& dad was afraid drunk rednecks would start something if they didn't like...

anonymous

I live in a world where perception is everything. Sometimes that can be uncomfortable. Especially when you're the minority.