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How Do You Feel About Africans Marrying White Women?

I notice that however the mother is,is usaully how the children are.In some rare case that's not it but in most cases that is true. How do you feel about an African man having children with an white women/I'm not racist,this is a matter of culture and passing it on.Yeah I know you will say it doesn't stop the man from teaching the children the culture but in most cases the child grows up in a white environment when the mom is white because usually the man has went into the white environment and fell in love with some one.The kids grow up with all white friends and talking white.Do you think those childrens grandchildren are going to embrace the african traditions and ways?Those children will probaly continue to stay in the white environment and end up marrying a white person too,because over time that culture becomes their culture.What do you think?

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bend for you)

I feel that they should definately discuss certain things before agreeing to marry anyway:

* having children

* number of children

* raising of children (discipline, culture)

* (especially when different cultures are involved) where to settle.

I feel anyway, that the person i have such strong feeling for,that to up and leave my life here to be with him, would be the way to be with him, to be together, but certainly, i would want to experiance it first, basically visit the country,

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True, but not total abandonment.some white ladies find it hard to let black(nigerian) men go back home, maybe the think he wont cum bak to em or sum oda reason, ? To me,dats total selfishnes, tel my people u wanna marry a whitie and they sing the goodbye anthem 4u like they hav lost a son already,

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Mehn,after me uncle married a whitie in holland n had 2 children,it took 10yrs b4 we set eyes on him again 4 a few days, after 15yrs married,he is nw divorced, datz y every1 in d family is scared of dem whities, the elders warned us al,even my broda in the uk receivd his share of warnings.

@poster,my point is dat our cultures r diverse.bendin a white lady to learn our culture is like bettin dat a snail wil outrun a dog, and again, there is the phobia of our people not returning or forgetin home after such marriages though nt in al cases, personally,im gonna marry a white if she agrees to live in nigeria wit me b4 marriage period.even if we dont end up living there, no luv lost, just an open ended test of willingness to bend to my culture.

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I really don't see any difference between a Afircans married to a white woman or a Afircans married to a black woman of non African origin. Now what do you mean by African culture or to be specific what is African culture? there are so many tribes in Africa hence so many culture and languages. The decision on how a man brings up his kids lie solely with him and his wife. This culture you call African culture where does it come from as there are many cultures in Africa there is still difficulty from parents of different tribes to allow their kids inter marry in Africa on tribal grounds or religion. I believe a man has the right to marry who he loves and teach his children his culture as well as that of his wife.

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so its ok to marr white, who are these sisters? We are all of one blood, we are all sons and daughters of Adam and Eve. Sp skin colour doesn't actually matter. What mtters is if it is sister in christ,or out of christ.

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There is nothing bad about embracing the white culture!!!

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I think it is up to parents to teach their culture to their children. Those marrying inter-culturally must agree

before hand on passing on their cultures to their children.

As far as marrying other races, I think people should marry whomever they fall in love with regardless of race. As long

as the two adults share similar taste and values and the marriage is really based on love.

Besides, many beautiful children of the world are of mixed races e.g. Barak Obama, Haile Berry etc.

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I think, that a CULTURE belongs to a country or continent (i.e., African Culture, European Culture, Asian Culture, Mexican Culture, Nigerian Culture, so on).

But, I am not sure about culture based on skin color ( White Culture OR Black Culture), please explain

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my two cousins r married to white women, personally i embrace diversity

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Aaah. . .English don dey hard oyinbo too. No be na wa, na real wa!

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im soo happy for you and glad things r good, but dont ever asume anything i asumed everything would be the way im used to it being

i asumed that we would live together forever in london but truthfully my husband is a true nigerian and nigeria is where he will spend his adulthood with or without me, i think if i made him stay in this country it would kill him, this guy loves his country and wouldnt reside anywhere else

i think u and ure husband should have a long talk about future plans they might not be the way u want them to be or u might find them to be just perfect not everyone is the same anyhow , and its always nice to hear fellow '''whities''' successfuly be in holy matrimony with a smile lol good luck to the both of you Bleep mel

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love knows no barrier and doesn't recognise colour or creed.

2 me, there is nothing wrong in doing so

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absolutely nothing wrong wit it

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First off, what is this "talking white" biz? I don't like stuff like that, it's nonsense. Is talking white when you can't speak ebonics? Or pidgin? Pls, let's free our minds.

As for the topic, I'm not keen.

I'd study the person very well but I think who the child marries has a lot to do w/how he/she was raised. If he/she was raised well, they will pick well (mostly).

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nuthin wrong with that.

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what exactly is nigerian culture.

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