However, the results of some studies led to the opinion that factors like the age of marriage and educational qualifications had greater bearing on the stability and longevity of such marriages than the racial identities of the individuals.It was found that the higher the educational level, the lesser the rate of divorce was while marriages between interracial individuals which took place earlier in life had increased chances of ending in divorce.However, it is also true that the newer generations are more responsive and open-minded to the idea of interracial marriages than their predecessors.Not only is the mindset of the entire nation evolving but the face of America is also changing over the course of time.Academics often portray race as a “social construction”, implying that it is nothing more than an idea bred through human thought and interaction.In the process, they deny race to be a material fact of life on earth but the truth is that it does exist and contains a biological element – because we have awarded it one.Here’s how much less interested they were in the other races, as compared with their enthusiasm for men of their own race: Click here to read the whole article: Update: But wait, there’s some “good news” from those same researchers.
Money quote: The researchers found that most women speed daters said yes (meaning they’d like to see a man again after the four-minute speed date) less often to men of another race than they did to men of their own race.
The members of the interracial pairings were more than likely to possess traits which correlated with a higher possibility of divorce.
Problem of Gender It seems as if the majority of these studies, however, failed to account for the differences in gender in the context of race of every individual in interracial marriages.
In a country, which forbade interracial relationships at one point in time even a couple of decades back, the number of interracial marriages has risen successfully owing to interracial blending.
There is no doubt that bigotry will still exist with the passage of time.