Would you ever marry out of your religion/cast? If yes/no why? And would you still do if you didn't have your & their parents blessing?
Would you ever marry out of your religion/cast?
What Guys Said 7
Yes, I don't care which religion she was raised with, as long as she doesn't follow it that hard.1
Ehh we don't really have a cast system here0
Yes because being an Atheist, I would only have under 1% of women to choose from in the US since most are males or older women.0
Baldr does not care about religion, unless they are hardcore and ignorant.0
Hell yes-if I thought and knew she was for me, there's really nothing I wouldn't do.0
What Girls Said 6
Would you ever marry out of your religion/cast? If yes/no why?
I need to marry someone who has the same beliefs as me. I would never change my religion. For instance, if I met a guy who was a Muslim, but he was not a practicing Muslim, and I loved him and he loved me. Than "yes" I would marry him. If I was ready for that type of commitment. I am a Catholic, but I don't really believe in the religion as a whole. I like the Bible for certain stories/lessons. Just like I like the torah/koran/tipitaka (my favorite is the Tipitaka) for the stories.
And would you still do if you didn't have your & their parents blessing?
I need to have the blessings of my significant others' parents. I just need that approval. I don't know why my heart & head WANT it! I think it's because I don't want a broken family. I want a huge loving family. I would have to really love the guy for me to go against my own beliefs. Maybe that is selfish, but I need the approval of parents. I am like this even with friends. If my friends's parents don't like me, I find it very difficult to be their friend.3
Well I married someone from my race and religion and was miserable but I seem to have some kind of peace and comfort when I am around guys from my race and religion. I really can't say but I could never do something without my parent's blessing so most likely I will end up marrying a Middle Eastern guy. It's also very difficult to be with someone that doesn't have your beliefs especially when you yourself are so cultural. In my case, there are so many difference's so it would be a challenge.0
cast? of course
religion?-probably not,i'm okay with it in theory,but it usually creates problems and I really don't see myself dating someone religious,but I'm not closed off to the possibility of loving someone religious1
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