Good things about interracial dating
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.
Attitudes toward interracial marriage are so progressive that some people prefer to exclusively date interracially. There are a number of reasons not to date interracially, including for social status, because it’s trendy or to remedy a rocky love life.
Dating interracially with misguided motives will inevitably lead to problems.
The idea of dating interracially to gain social status may seem peculiar.
After all, interracial couples face discrimination that may lead to distinct disadvantages.
Rather than dating across ethnic lines for validation, such people need to learn how to feel better about who they are.
Seeking therapy, reading up on their cultural background and surrounding themselves with positive images related to their ethnic group may help.
If you disagree with your parents’ views on race, challenge them directly by broaching discussions about the issue with them.
And if you and your parents have other problems, don’t try to hurt them by dating interracially.
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.