Harry Styles imagine (interracial) for Lyric!

Hello sweets 💗could you do an interracial harry imagine (african american) and he pulls me out during soundcheck and we talk and interact with fans and harry cant keep his hands to himself ? My names Lyric

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Originally posted by yin-meets-yang

can i get a hoo yeah for interracial couples ?!?

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“Lyric someones here to see you” My friend says , winking at me .
I smile , already knowing who it is .
“Hi baby” I greet as Harry walks in the door , him arms finding their way around my waist.
“Hello love” Harry replies , his lips connecting with mine .
I pulled away as he tried to deepen the kiss , glaring at him playfully .
“Not in the work area” I scold , and he grins.
“Why not?I’ve always wanted to lift you up here” He grabs my brown thighs and lifts me up , making me gasp as he places me on the table.
“And kiss you right here” He continues , his voice low and seductive .
He kisses me at the base of my neck ,and i inhale sharply.
I shut my eyes and wait for him to make his next move , and when i open them again he staring at me , smiling widely.
I roll my eyes , getting off the table before pushing him away from me .
“What a tease” I grumble , and he chuckles .
“Why are you here again?” I ask , crossing my arms .
“Awe babe dont be mad at me” He laughs , kissing my cheek and i roll my eyes .
“I came here because the fans want to talk to you” He adds , and i furrow my brows .
“They do?” I ask , actually suprised and he nods .
“So lets go!” He says , grabbing my hand and dragging me out .
“Wait Harry im doing souncheck right now i cant just leave!” I say , and he groans .
“Dont you guys finish in like fifteen minutes?” He says , his lips pouting and i sigh .
“Fine i’ll go . Just this once!” I say , and he smiles his award winning smile .
We walk out of the studio hand in hand , the paparazzi and fans screaming and taking pictures. There wasn’t too many of them so it was bearable and i didnt feel cornered.
I wave at everyone , signing papers and taking pictures with Harry and his fans .
Pretty soon a bunch of girls are in a corner listening to me as i tell them a story about how Harry drools in his sleep while he took more pictures.
“I literally felt it in my hair , it was gross” I say , making a disgusted face and they laughed.
I jumped slightly when someone grabbed my butt from behind , ready to turn around and fight before i noticed Harry smiling sheepishly at me .
“Um Harry , not in front of the fans” I whisper to him , kissing his cheek .
The girls gazed at me in awe , and i know they wished theyw ere in my position.
“Sorry love , I can never get enough of you” He says , kissing me back and i felt the heat creep up my neck , my cheeks sure to be red if i was six shades lighter.
The crowd laughed and i rolled my eyes at him , swatting his hands away .
“Save it for the bedroom Styles” I tease , and he laughs .
“I intend to”

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Until the late 1960s, it was illegal for interracial couples to marry in most states across the U.S., but that changed  June 12, 1967, when the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the fittingly named Mildred and Richard Loving, effectively and rightfully declaring that love can, should and does transcend race. This landmark Loving v. Virginia ruling is commemorated on Loving Day, which falls on June 12 each year, to teach others about this significant legal decision.

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How interracial couples will make America a more beautiful and tolerant place

Love is not blind. But that could be a great thing.

Interracial relationships are on a steady rise. It’s less than 50 years since blacks and whites have been able to legally marry, thanks to the Supreme Court, and 15.1% of new marriages in 2010 were between different races or ethnicities. This brings the share of all interracial or interethnic marriages to a historic high of 8.4%, according to Pew Research Center data. Compare that with 1980, when less than 7% of new marriages took place between interracial couples and the share of overall marriages was just 3%. 

But the significance of the change goes beyond simple acceptance.