Moral argument against interracial dating

There are currently 1.6 million interracial marriages in the United States, and that figure is continuing to grow (Duru, 2012). Census Reports, interracial marriages have more than tripled between 1980 and today.In many ways, today’s debate about same-sex marriage resembles earlier debates about interracial marriage. In at least two ways, however, the situations differ.From the discriminator’s standpoint, opposing same-sex marriage is more defensible.

He makes a good case for this claim, and then goes on to argue for a much stronger claim, namely that we must practice of rewarding or punishing other people for their moral or immoral behaviors.”—Journal of Moral Education“The book presents a powerful case.

Statistics show that over 70% of American society has no problem with mixed race relationships, and 40% of Americans have already dated someone of another ethnicity.

For the most part relationships between people of different races are no different from the interactions between people of the same race (Duru, 2012)....

Sherif Girgis, Robert George, and Ryan Anderson emphasize this distinction in their recent essay and book, Just because I don’t agree with an argument, however, doesn’t mean it’s irrational. Gay couples can have kids using donated eggs or sperm.

Marriage has historically been a sexual institution. Many gay people are already raising children, and doing it just as well as straight people. But I’d be remiss to omit the rejoinder from George and his colleagues: Sex is a much brighter line than fertility or intention to bear children.

It would be my opinion that the majority of people who have problems with multicultural people, as well as the mixing of the races, are opposed because of ignorance.

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