ANSWERS: 41
  • Why the hell not?
  • My daughter can marry whoever she likes. Black, white, man, woman - whoever makes her happy. Besides - it's her choice, not mine. As an adult she won't need me to *let* her do anything.
  • If she's over 18 and out of the house I really have no say in the matter.
  • Its not a case of whether I'd let her marry a black man, its a case of whether she has chosen her life companion and he is a good man no matter what colour he is. Family is what matters and I trust her to make the right choices in life and I'll be there if she ever makes the wrong ones.
  • As long as the man was stable with a good head on his shoulders and comes from a good family then I have no problem at all. As long has he loves her the way she should be loved then I'm ok with it.
  • OMG NEVER!!!!! *GASP* :0
  • Here we go again!!!!!!!!!!!! The world is in living color now............Where have you been??????????
  • Sure, if he was a good guy and treated her right, why not?
  • If I had a daughter, and I'm really glad I don't, she could marry whomever she wanted as long as he was hardworking, respectful of her, and decent. If she brought home some street punk with a grill and chains, I'd have to move her to Canada...and that would be any race. I have no problem with whatever race a person might be. As long as they acted like a decent human being, and spoke proper English, I don't care if they're plaid.
  • NO!!!!!!!!!!!!! She's 15. I wouldn't let her marry any man!!!!!!!!!
  • if i had a daughter absolutely yeah, if she likes him why not?
  • It's not what I would prefer, BUT, it's her life, and if he's a good guy, then yes, absolutely.
  • she can marry whoever she wants as long as they truly love each other
  • I don't think her boyfriend would be too pleased about it.
  • If she loved him & he treated her right, Of course. But once she hits 18, I won't be able to let her do anything, she'll be an adult
  • I would have no say so in the matter and wouldn't really want any, as long as he treats them right. She/they (I have 3) can choose who they want.
  • If she's of legal age, I don't think the term "let" is relevant. If we've been living in this century, I don't think the question is relevant.
  • I don't think I'd have a say in it. But if I did, I wouldn't care about the color of his skin, just as long as he treats her right.
  • I would not judge the guy by his skin color but more on his love for my daughter. How will she be treated and taken care of, those are more of a concern than what color is his skin.
  • If he treated her good and was a good upright man.
  • Well, if you are religios you will no its against the Bible. But what do they say "love is blind"!!!! If the man have a proper eduacation and he is well mannered, why not!!!!
  • two things wrong with this question. first of all, believe it or not you really have no say in who your daughter marries. you shouldn't say "let" it's her life. second of all of course.... why not? who even thinks about that anymore?
  • LET her? I don't think I have a choice in the matter, but even if I did I wouldn't interfere with her marrying anyone she was in love with and treated her well :)
  • Considering she's only 12 I would have to say no. Now if you mean when she is grown up, the choice is hers. I will accept whatever man she chooses so long as he is a good person and he treats her with respect, honor, and love.
  • If i had a daughter she could marry a black man or a black woman if she wanted, Love can see the heart - can you see yours??
  • (o . O) well i hope my mum lets me marry a black man one day if i wana..
  • yes she can marry whom ever she chooses.as long as whom ever she chooses makes her happy is all i care about.
  • Its not a simple as of 'let' her marry a black dude, No matter what race color creed or religion love knows no boundaries. Her choice,I'd have to respect that her happiness is all that matters.
  • I'd be upset and afraid if she married a stupid man. Or a lazy man. Or a small-minded man. Or an angry man. Or an uncompassionate man. Or a man who has Mommy issues. Or a man who is addicted to sex, drugs or alcohol. Or a man who is negative. Or a man who is a schemer, not a worker. Or a Republican.
  • She could marry a green man for all I care!!
  • I doubt she would ask permission.
  • Oh my gosh yes!! That's not even a question for me...it wouldn't matter to me at all.
  • Assuming she'd be an adult when marrying, it wouldn't be up to me to allow or forbid it. I would be for or against it depending on what the man was like not on his skin color.
  • haha @ this question id have loved my dad to answer this just before i introduced my soon to be husband to him lol just to see what he said seriously i have a daughter and shes mixed race and i dont want her to get married period cos shes my baby and always will be any man who even thinks of touching her shall be damned for all time regardless of race or bank balance
  • It doesn't matter what his skin color is. It matters that he is a good person and loves her. If he is, sure.
  • If I had one yes, no problem. Since I would teach her that nobody controls your life but yourself, there would be no way to stop her if I could which I would not anyway.
  • Yes as long as he is respectful to her, and everybody, and hard-working, and faithful I'm not the racist type
  • Honestly no. I wouldn't let her marry a white guy either. My daughter is a 10 year old Cocker Spaniel. There are laws about this! She does have her eye on a Brown and Black Akita that lives down the block from us. If you ask me though, there's a little too much butt sniffin' going on between them.
  • Sure, I don't see what skin color has to do with love.
  • If she is over 18 years old, how can you "not let" her do it? She is on her own, it's her life. Of course, I will try to stop her from doing it if she tries to marry OJ Simpson.
  • I would have no opportunity for input and really wouldn't want to influence her. She does as she wants. It's her life and that's what it has been for over 20 years now.

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