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You’ve dated a long line of losers—deadbeats, cheaters, manipulators.
They all belonged to your racial group, so you figure you’ll have better luck dating someone of a different race.
If Barack Obama won his presidential campaign with a black woman at his side, it’s certainly not necessary for, say, a businessman to date interracially for the purpose of upward mobility.
In an ideal world, people wouldn’t enter romantic relationships for what they stand to gain from their partners.
Rather than dating across ethnic lines for validation, such people need to learn how to feel better about who they are.
While two decades ago, fewer than half of Americans approved of interracial marriage, now 65 percent of all Americans support such relationships, and 85 percent of young people do.
If they could erase every trait that singles them out as belonging to their minority group, they would.
Since that’s impossible, they settle for seemingly second best—coupling up with someone from a different race to make them feel better about themselves or to produce children without their telltale ethnic features.
Some people, in contrast, flout their parents’ wishes simply to rebel.
No child should feel pressured to go along with their parents’ racist beliefs.