ANSWERS: 32
  • No they wouldn't
  • No they wouldn't have any problem with it!
  • Dad would have. There's a story behind that one...
  • Being the old-fashioned, traditional parents they are, they would have, unless I really persisted, then they would have come to their senses in time. They would have relented because they want me to be ultimately happy.
  • No. They love my gf.
  • Yes and no. I'm not trying to offend anyone but 1st, I can't marry anyone who isn't a Baptist and Second, My parents would prefer that I marry a white or asian man because I just happen to be mixed with white and asian. The would rather not me marry a hipanic or black guy for certain reasons. What those reasons are I don't really know.
  • My parents probably would be but would accept it just not encourage it.
  • No, I asked my mom along time ago.
  • My family is the U.N. already....not a problem.....
  • I really don't think so. It's never come up but I can't imagine mom having a problem with it. (Dad is passed on.)
  • Don't know, don't care. The person I married was my choice and no one else's.
  • My mother would never have thought anyone was good enough :-) My father wouldn't care as long as I was happy.
  • No,not at all.There is nothing they could have done about it anyway.I was an adult when I decided to get married ;)
  • Did and they are dealing with. Relatives aren't though.
  • Years ago yes, but up until now they understood that its useless telling me these types of things!
  • Yes, both our set of parents were dead against it but we did get married. Fortunately for us this mixture of varied religion and race helped have two beautiful children!
  • Yea, My parents want me to marry in my religion. My gf is the love of my life and I would LOVE to marry her. but being that we are from different religions it makes it very VERY hard to do so. and it really affects our relationship. IT SUCKS!!! :(
  • I was living with a girl who was half black and half Japanese, She was an army brat and my family did not speak to me for the entire 7 years we were together so yeah, they'd be against it. I might add I've only seen my family twice in 20 years since that relationship. Once for a funeral in 1994 and one visit in 2000.
  • differant race...no problem differant religion...BIG problem :-(
  • No. In my past I had frequently dated outside my race and outside my religion and my parents did not care as long as I was happy and in love. My parents are not conservative and traditional; however, the rest of my family like my aunts, uncles, grandfather are a different story.
  • Well my father, who is a Methodist, son of a civil servant, married my mother (who else) who was Church of England and daughter of a window cleaner living in another part of South London So they've already established the principle and I can't see any cause to complaint
  • Yes, they would definitely be against.
  • I think so, yes, sadly...
  • NO way my parents always thought us that as along as you are happy and the person you are with is kind then they dont disagree :)
  • no, they problably would feel a little uncomfortable but i guess they will get over it
  • My father wouldn't have since he married someone of another race the second time, but I could have cared less about what he thought since I didn't see him the last 44 years of his life by his choice. I don't believe that my mother would have. It may have taken her longer to like him, but she would have eventually been okay with it. She never would have voiced it in so many words. She had enough difficulty when I married a man only one year younger than she is. lol As for my adult children and their relationships, I would have no problems with this what-so-ever. I'm much more concerned with them finding someone that makes them happy and treats them well. One of my children did marry someone of another race. I never gave it second thought until someone said something about it to me a year after they married. lol
  • No. One of my older brothers is married to a full mexican woman (immigrant) and the other is married to a woman who is half Mexican. My partner is half Salvadoran and they both like him a lot. I'm not me parents of my parents reliion, so my partner being of a different religion wouldn't make them bat an eye.
  • No,they wont disagree. they love me so much and they let me choose who i want to marry,no matter what his religion is.
  • I am Scottish white catholic, same as my parent's, My boyfriend is British Muslim from Packistan, My parents never lifted an eyebrow (thought any different) they accept him and dont even look at the race part. His parents however do not know as if they did they would disown him, or WORSE.
  • I married a woman of a different "race", and my parents didn't care.
  • My parents would be upset if I married someone outside my religion, but I think they'd eventually accept it. (I want to marry someone of my religion, though.) Race isn't an issue with them.
  • not that i know of but both nnine are gone

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