Reader Half Baked shared: "My wife's biological mother is Filipino/Mexican and her biological father is Scottish.She was adopted at birth into a German-Jewish family.For more information about data sources and methodology, see the Appendix III.
Reader Ripped Jeans, a black woman, talked about marrying her white boyfriend of three years. I love him for the MAN that he is, and I'm truly grateful for having him in my life. ..." Danchar821 was also in support of interracial marriages.
I am so used to dating outside of my race that I don't even date men of my race simply because I am not attracted to them.
I think the environment you grow up in plays a huge factor in the mate you select.
My mother's side is Italian/Turkish and my father was Hungarian.
Passel, Wendy Wang and Paul Taylor This report is based primarily on two data sources: the Pew Research Center’s analysis of demographic data about new marriages in 2008 from the U. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS) and the Pew Research Center’s analysis of its own data from a nationwide telephone survey conducted from October 28 through November 30, 2009 among a nationally representative sample of 2,884 adults.