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"We were rejected everyplace we went, because no one wanted to sell us a marriage license," said Martha Rossignol, who has written a book about her experiences then and since as part of a biracial couple. "We just ran into a lot of racism, a lot of issues, a lot of problems.
"We do go out for hikes every once in a while, and we don't see that as much any longer.
To interpret the results throughout, I draw on gendered theories of interracial relationship formation including status exchange theory, and gendered theories of relationships and health that focus on stress and social status.
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In 1974, Joseph and Martha Rossignol got married at night in Natchez, Mississippi, on a Mississippi River bluff after local officials tried to stop them.
But they found a willing priest and went ahead anyway.