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  • well since i dont have a daughter i dont know yet. But i know my parents wont. and i totally disagree with them. I think everybodys the same, and if you fall in love with someone of the opposite race, they should give it a chance. Goodness i wish racism would end!! (even tho it never will)
  • My daughter (if I have one) will be free to choose to date whomever she wishes. However, I really think she should stop at humans.
  • Of course! I have no problem with any race and would look only at how happy the person can make my daughter. If she is happy, I am happy :)
  • I guess I wouldnt have a choice.I probably wouldnt talk to her again.If she wants a life of shame that would be her choice.
  • Of course! I wouldnt want to intervene with my child's love life.
  • If I had a daughter as long as the person was pleasant and treated her with kindness and respect. The race of their origin would not be an issue. I believe that it is up to the individual to choose, a parent can only guide once a child reaches the age of dating
  • To each his/her own
  • I don't have a daughter; but, I do have a son. I would not let him date a non-human if that is what you mean. If you mean a person with a different skin tone or culture than we are, then my answer is yes I would let him date whomever the Lord chooses for him no matter what color her skin might be. Her relationship with the Lord is all that I am concerned with.
  • Yes, when i get a daughter that is lol
  • my daughter when i hopefuly have one will be free to date whom she please no matter what there sex or colour. as long as the person she is with treats her well ans they are both happy together then so be it. if they were doing anything illegal or wrong then i would step in. i have thought about this alot because equality is something that i really beleive in and feel strongly about. i would never ever alienate my daughter or dis own my daughter because of whom she loved. that is not to say of course if i thought the person was wrong for her that i wouldnt try and guide her away from them.
  • It's her choice, not mine. I might encourage her to date outside our race because I believe that in the next hundred years the entire world is going to be much browner and there is no reason to try to stop what comes naturally. I hope that would would chose someone very smart, with integrity. But I would support any of her choices, even if I didn't like them.
  • Of course - one should not interfere
  • I have a son, and he can date anyone he likes, and I`ll keep my opinion for myself(well, I`l tell him about my thoughts,about problems he can have, but that`s all)
  • That would be ok with me, I want my daughters to find someone that will be good to them,and love them very much ,and if that is someone from a different race well thats fine with me, I just want the best for my kids.
  • I dont see why not since I am dating and planning to marry someone from a different ethnicity from myself.
  • Yeah (if I had a daughter) I don't have a problem with inter-marathon relationships
  • Absolutely. I married out of my faith and caught a lot of grief for it but I did it anyway and now have a bit of resentful feelings to the people who objected. This issue is such a NON-issue to me.
  • Since I married someone of a different race then it would be difficult not to let my daughter date someone of another race.
  • Of course. My dad always told me he would dis-own me if a married a man outside my race and I always wanted to do it just to show him that I didn't care what the person looked like. But if I ever had a kid that married outside my race, I would be more than happy for them.
  • Race isn't what matters. It's all about the kind of attitude the person has.
  • Race doesn't matter to me. Cultural differences can cause problems though
  • To me the question isn't a matter of will I 'let' my daughter date someone of a different race. It's a matter of "will I like the character of the person to whom she desires to date?" This matter of "letting" is not so simple. The reality of the situation is that though I may forbid it, if she wants to she will either go ahead and do it anyway or she will eventually grow into adulthood and decide to do it on her own then. Right now, at the current ages of my two daughters, I think I'm better advised to instill the values in my daughters that will lead them to make the best decisions in dating matters based upon character.
  • If I had a daughter I would not want her to date outside of the human race. No animals and no aliens, I just wont accept it.
  • It depends on the race. White is out of the question.
  • If I had a daughter sure, if she wants to. I have boys and they can date any race they want to...Just as long its the human race. :o)
  • Why would it matter who your daughter dates?? As long as she is happy, right? I would be more concerned about how much older the guy was.
  • Sure, if some aliens landed and my daughter fell in love with one then yeah, that would be far the fuck out.
  • Why is she a race car driver now?
  • For those of us that are given a miacle of life, we need to remember that they are a gift given to us. We are responsilbe for keeping them healthy and safe until they are able to fend for them selves. after that we are pretty much but in the back seat and have to keep our opinions to ourselves. No matter what we decide or like ,they will make their own choices and if we like it or not that's our problem.
  • Thats a loaded question. I have no control over who my daughter dates, her emotions and feelings are her own. I would be uncomfortable with it, but that is my own fault due to the society that I was raised in. As long as she is happy that is all that matters.
  • I married someone of a different race, so i would let her date someone of a different race.
  • sure, i embrace diversity.
  • Why not. As long as he keeps his hands to himself.
  • race doesn't matter to me, but how the person treats my daughter, i would be more conerned about age then race.
  • It is not like you can stop your kid do do anything. They might do it just for the rebelliance if they sense you don't approve. :)
  • As long as he or she has good personality,good education why not. Same race but jerks..No way .
  • Race doesn't matter as long as they treat eachother with respect.
  • Yes, if I had one(a daughter)that is lol.
  • My daughter can date whomever she chooses; she has her own free will. I just want whomever she dates to treat her well; that's what matters.
  • Absolutely. When i have a daughter i will not object to that. If my daughter is in love with this guy then i would be happy for her.
  • I do not have a daughter, but if the Lord ever blesses me with one, I would not care what race the fellow was.
  • First of all I have to admit to being an over-protective father (or step-father / adopted father however the case may be) so therefore I want to break the legs of ANY boy that wants to go out with my daughter. As for the question of "race", why do people seem to treat the issue of "race" as if it's "Species"? I have lived in 17 different countries so far, and travelled the globe extensively. People are people everywhere, no matter where you go. You get idiots and good people everywhere you go and to try to judge someone by the colour of their skin, or the language they speak is just as ridiculous as judging them by the clothes they wear, or the colour of their hair. Whether you beleive in Darwin's evolution, or in creationism, both versions trace all humans back to an original group in Ethiopia from whom all of us descended. Therefore, no matter where they may have been born, the colour of their skin, the language they speak, we are all descended from the same small group of original humans. This means that we are all inter-related and that claiming that someone is different because of an accident of birth is just moronic. The ideas of race, nationality, culture, etc are all man-made fabrications in order to try and make us feel superior to another group of people. No matter how you see it, or what your beliefs are regarding where we originally come from, you have to accept that we are all human (if we can inter-breed and produce fertile offspring, then that proves we are of the same species and genus, and so any further sub-division we may pretend is there is as pathetic as saying that a brown-furred cat can't mate with a black-furred cat).
  • without question
  • Yes. Love and relationships have nothing to do with race.
  • If I had a daughter, yes.
  • How on earth would you stop her from doing so? What mercenary tactics would you employ?

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