a black what?
The way you wrote, "Brings a black home" suggest your feelings already.... I personally would not be uneasy only because of my own family background and experiences and my own interest in challenging or keeping certain perceptions I grew up with. I think it boils down to just that. Your life experience and family values or views your parents instilled in you will likely have an influence upon your reaction.
As long as his pants aren't riding his knees, I'm good. This goes to any guy actually, wait I don't even have a daughter yet, oh well.
Damn straight, I don't care what color you are your pants belong around your waist
I am racially colorblind
If I had a daughter: i would Do a background check if he fails he leaves this would be the same with anyone no matter what skin colour though and I would expect my daughter to make good decisions
Considering I don't have kids and stuff, I can't really answer.. but if I had and I was in that situation, I'd treat him no differently than a white boy because I'm not a racist ****.
i would say,<br />
Look buddy,you think you can date my daughter and not show us how you make those ribs so tasty?<br />
what the hell!!!!
Hopefully he'll have his pants UP!! And talk with some respect. But honestly I could care less if he was black. I'm black myself
I so hear you on that part !! get a belt / string / rope .. what ever it takes ... or stay outside holding your pants up..
Ask his name shake his hand and make it clear that he is ONLY welcome in the public part of my home NOT in her bedroom.<br />
Its not a big deal really.
This is why the KKK died out. The most definite way to get your teenage daughter to sleep with a black guy is to forbid her to do it.
Since I am that daughter that brought that black home, I honestly wouldn't care. As long as he knows how to wear his clothing properly.
kick both there ***'s out....!, i am all about preserving ethnic culture.
gee....let me think...the same thing as any other young man..get to know him..then make up my opinion on him as to whether i think he's a suitable boyfriend.
Examine his pants, if they are sagging he is leaving (but that goes for anyone that wishes to date my daughter)
Run a credit check ad criminal record
How do you answer the question ? What does a Black Mother say to her bi- racial daughter that has brought a black man home ?? Hell you try an tell me !!
I do nothing, I have I kids.<br />
In the future, sure, what the heck. But if they have s3x, drink (underage I mean) or if he doesn't at least respect animals, he's outta here.
30 years ago I brought a black boy home from school to meet my parents. I remember is name was Cleo. After he left, my mom began to yell at me telling me that you can't mix races and I should stick to white boys. Luckily, her attitude changed over 20 years as the times changed, but I never did get to go out with Cleo again.
If he acts civilized and not ghetto then it's fine.
The best way is to be polite at first. Be a good Christian friend, welcome him in, make him feel its safe at this house. If you don't, they'll just go somewhere else and do things. If you don't support your daughters wishes then....idk what u are.<br />
After the new boyfriend has left have a private conversation with her. Tell her the ups and downs to a multicolored relationship and the dangers of abuse and rape. Let her say her opinion, otherwise she will run away and lock herself in her room.<br />
After the conversation, establish wether this is ok or no and rules. (No boys in the bed room, should we worry about birth control? Etc)<br />
You can't control this sort of thing, you can only guide and protect. You could also pray to God for Him to protect her.