It’s very hard to find one good one in a barrel of bad ones.
The question isn't simply a matter of whom you'll be going out with on Saturday night. Indeed, despite its increasing depiction in the media, interracial romance is still America's "last taboo," according to Tom Smith, director of the General Social Survey at the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago. And recent surveys reveal that American attitudes toward intermarriage have also steadily improved: While 70 percent of adults in 1986 said they approved of interracial marriage, that figure had climbed to 83 percent by 2003, according to a Roper Reports study.
My 12-year-old daughter is very mature emotionally and has very fine-tuned common sense.
She and I are close and talk about most issues openly, but recently she brought up an issue that I am not sure how to handle.
It’s something that I have been concerned with for a while and since you have daughters I thought I would bring this question to you.
I am a BW and I have a daughter from a relationship with a BM. I don’t see them getting any better years to come and I don’t want my daughter to experience the abuse (physically, emotionally, psychologically) that they bring to the table.