Yes/26/Hawaiian-AfricanAmerican/LDS. My parents are Caucasian. They have two biological kids and adopted 7 more and fostered 4 Navajo teens about 25 years ago. I'm 26 and I'm the youngest. I have 1 Korean brother, 3 Korean sisters, 1 African American brother and another adopted brother who is Caucasian. The biological siblings of mine both married Caucasian. My Korean brother and a Korean sister both married Caucasian. I am Hawaiian, my husband is Caucasian. My siblings who are not married have all dated every type of race...Filipino, Mexican, East Indian, Caucasian. And my biracial nieces and nephews are super cute! Can't wait to have kids to see what they look like! I love my family to pieces!!
Wow, I'm surprised people's parents have this decision over them. It shouldn't be theirs to make. Wake up, it's 2012 people, this is America! I'm dating someone outside of my race, we're both american though, I can see how there might be some cultural differences if you married someone outside of your race, etc but as long as you get along and love each other, that's what matters.<br />
Age: 24<br />
Race: Asian<br />
My parents NED don't marry an American
Yes, my parents married out of their race ( My dad's white, mom's asian ), so of course they wouldn't really give a crap about who I date or marryin the future. Gender: Male Age: 16 Race: White/Asian mix ( Specific: Irish/Korean ) Religion: Christian
They would be disappointed because they are super patriotic but they would not stop me if they saw it was making me happy.<br />
Basically, they love me more than they hate the groom.
same sex no, even though i bi. outside my religion maybe my race definately
It was really not their call.<br />
At the time I got married,<br />
Gender: Male<br />
Age: 27<br />
Race/Ethnicity: Caucasian<br />
My family really doesn't care, as long as I'm happy and I don't bug them.
Yes. In fact they want me to. Hell, I want me to also.
Parents allow? My father was in his 80s almost 90 when I got married to the love of my life. He was happy that I was getting married. He didn't care what color her skin is.
I grew up knowing that I could give disapproval to my parents. I loved them deeply and knew my love was returned. My choice in finding a life partner had little to do with their religious choices. I wanted a family. I wanted their respect. My first husband was not someone I loved. I knew he didn't love me. However we made it through many years. The ending is not something I wish to disclose here. AND yes he was of the same race... in this it would have been MY choice.