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I hope you can help, because this is probably the hardest thing I have ever had to deal with in my lifetime.
I am a 20-year-old white college student who is very close to her family.
If your parents do reject the relationship just because they dislike persons of different skin color, then they are being unreasonable. Whatever the right thing is, secrecy couldn't be part of it.
But if (for example) they disapprove of the relationship because they think you're rushing into it — or because they fear that the gap may be too great to bridge, or because they don't consider you mature enough to marry, or because they know something unfavorable about the young man which you aren't telling me — then their thinking may or may not be sound. You shouldn't demand it, and your boyfriend shouldn't put up with it.
You mention the difference of race between you and your boyfriend — which that they are.
In fact you don't mention any of their reasons at all.
Virginia judgment in which the Supreme Court set the seal of legal status for a couple where the woman was of Africana and Native American descent while the man was white.
According to recent statistics from US Census Burueau1 8.5% of married Black men and 3.9% of married Black women had a White spouse.
I don't want to go against either one, but I know I must not keep the relationship a secret forever.I have talked to them only once about it and after seeing their hurt, led them to believe that I was going to discontinue the relationship.I actually had the intention of doing so but could not do it, because he has made me so happy and been such a wonderful part of my life.If you have some encouragement or words of advice for me, that would be great. You must do the right thing — not the thing which pleases your boyfriend or your parents.Family considerations are far from unimportant in deciding what the right thing is, because if you marry the young man, then your birth family and the young man's birth family will be related from now on, and hostility between the families will affect him, you, and your children.