Parents views on interracial dating dating on earth part 110 dbsk drama
But having said all the above, if you think that you mature enough to handle any ups and downs that comes with a relationship on your own, then go ahead.
Be safe, and responsible both to yourself and to your parents! They might think that you are calling them dumb, and after all they have done for you in life, this is not what they expect from you. You should instead try to appeal to their sentiments.
My family’s prejudices around marriage were just reserved for the more familiar American race war of calling black-white relationships “wrong” or “unfair to the children.” My husband and I married anyway, with the hard-won support of all our parents when the day finally came.
Seven years later we have three biracial children who are beloved by their grandparents, as am I.
Do you want to do it just because everyone else is doing it? If you are not serious and just want to fool around, then by all means do it (if you want to) and not get your parents involved.
Do you really think you have found a special someone you want to date, or is this is just some adventuresomeness associated with youth?
Having an honest discussion with your boyfriend can help you become more aware of your own feelings in this area.
This concern is especially more true with the Indian community, as most parents here are just 1st generation immigrants, and any connections or friends they have are with other similar Indians here in USA.
My husband was born in South Korea, and his parents are educated, well-traveled, Asian professionals who have been American citizens for over 30 years.
Yet, straying outside of his race for love was always forbidden for him.
This was problematic, because I am your standard-issue white girl of European descent.
Which does not mean that my Caucasian parents were any more accepting of whom their children loved.