I thought I would never want my kids to marry outside my own race,(Caucasian) simply because I don't believe in mixing races. My daughter married this really wonderful black man who has treated her like gold, now I sit back and am thankful she found this awesome guy. Plus I have an absolute beautiful grand daughter and grandson. Do you believe in mixing races?
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Answer by ShouldHaveLeft at 8:16 AM on Nov. 17, 2010
Yes, I do. My SIL is black and my nieces are biracial, and they were dating for several years before they got married so she's essentially been part our 'family' one way or another for over 16 years now. I've also dated men of different ethnicities in the past too.
Race is really a social construct anyway. There's very little biological basis for it (there are more variation within the so-called races than there are between different races). What 'race' a person belongs to depends how it's defined, that's why the number of 'races' are not the same in every country. There are definitely differences in cultures and ethnicities, but that should just make us more diverse and interesting as people rather than dividing people. IMO I think people should be able to marry whoever they choose.
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