My white daughter is dating a black man

22 Sep

There may be medical concerns like sickle cell if children will be involved. They may be trying to avoid a certain stigma or social obstacles.

I can't speak for them and their reasons but I can speak for myself. I wouldn't mind if my daughter dated a black man.

However, if your “interest” is still living at home, under the shelter of her parents, there is definitely the concern to engage her parents in your dating process.

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it used to mean someone who believes in racial superiority and discriminates against people of a different race. I'm just not comfortable with the idea of her being with the guys she's with. 9/10 Arab parents would agree with me - most likely not just with blacks, but whites, Asians, Hispanics; any man or woman who wasn't an Arab Muslim. Yet people wouldn't think that, from a black man's lips, was as offensive as it would be from a white man's lips.I don't know how this could affect our relationship (if we ever have one) short and long term. No matter how advanced of a society we are (or pretend to be), there always seems to be those age-old obstacles and impediments we seem to run into all too often.The Bible frequently speaks of those who should not be “yoked” or joined together in marriage; however, each of these cases refer to those who are dissimilar, not because of a difference of skin color, but rather the result of not following and worshipping the same God.The immediate thought for many is, With all the gorgeous, accomplished Black women available, why didn't he choose one of us?So it's no wonder we're thrilled for Black women who have found love—no matter the ethnicity of their partner.