Most Helpful Girl
I wouldn't. In fact, I once told a guy that anybody I date has to pass the Mother Test, and if she doesn't like you it's over. He was like "WOW," lol. My mother is good at judging people, so I value her opinion a lot.
With stuff like race and sexual orientation... I mean, I get it, I really do. But, for me, it's not worth it if it's really going to cause a big issue between me and my parents. The odds of a romantic relationship working out nowadays are so small, even if you're married, but my parents always have and always will be there for me. My last relationship partially ended because her family would never accept it, and I completely understood that part of the relationship ending.
Also, when you're one race dating outside of your race and you know your parents are racist or unaccepting, don't drag me into it just because you think "It's my life" or whatever. I don't want to deal with your racist-@ss parents, and in that situation I would immediately dump you once I know your parents are racist or you drag me into a negative experience with them. So many people drag people into racist hostile family situations, and, like I said, love ya but not worth it. Go find somebody your own race if your parents are idiots and stop subjecting innocent people to bullschitt. It's selfish.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
no, honour your parents. it's not like they are keeping you from preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ and how we are saved by grace through faith.
if the person you want to date is a believer, fellowship with them, if an infidel, witness to them. doesn't have to be a romantic date, it can be any date.
if no meeting the person at all, (knowing he/she's an infidel) let your parents know that you may witness to the person (given you're washed in the blood of the Lamb)
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