My concern is that she does not seem to find African American boys attractive.
I don’t want her first romantic experience with a man to be one of abuse and manipulation at the hands of some pasty white boy with delusions of grandeur.
I would hate for her to experience the pain I felt as a teenager.
I want to be the grandmother to many precious little mixed race babies, not a herd of wicked miniature Hitlers. Being romantically involved with a member of another race has definite perks in today’s society.
What can I do to convince my daughter that dating outside of her race is the only way to truly be happy? The first and most obvious step towards igniting your daughter’s jungle fever is to speak candidly with her about the pro’s of interracial dating. Explain how it will benefit her present situation, as well as her future.
Share examples of why an African American or Hispanic man can offer her a more fulfilling relationship when the time comes to find a mate.
Jane, I’m currently dealing with a seriously urgent issue and I believe you’re the only individual with the perspective to lift me from my dilemma.
After reading your heartwarming response to the mother who wanted her 3 year old son become transgender, I was moved beyond words by the compassion you displayed. I was born to two white parents who were extremely abusive towards me throughout my entire childhood. I do not identify as Caucasian, although genetically, I am considered to be white.
I have always resonated towards African American culture and have associated the white race with the pain, and oppression which dominated my upbringing.
I feel a kinship among my dusky brethren as we share a common abuser.
Caucasians are culturally a vicious and exploitative race, and I want no part of it.
I gave birth to a white daughter 13 years ago after being raped and impregnated by one of the boys I attended high school with.
He took my virginity, and 9 months later, I was a mother. She’s a beautiful girl, and thankfully very, very tan.
She’s beginning to go through puberty, and has started noticing boys.