It's wrong to date and have children with other races
It depends on the race
Interracial couples and children are completely acceptable to me
I have mixed feelings
When I see a white woman with a man of another race, though, my initial gut reaction is negative. Also, I typically assume that there's something wrong with her: maybe she has a bad reputation, maybe she has an STD, maybe she's really awkward and doesn't have any friends, something like that.
I admitted that my negative gut reaction to seeing white women with men of other races was not something I decided on consciously, so I'm not really sure what the reason for it is.
Like I said, maybe I am a racist and just don't realize it.
However, I happen to believe it's something else. I think I get the most pleasure out of seeing couples where the man reminds me of myself, and the least pleasure out of seeing couples where the man is very different from me. For example, if I see a beautiful woman with an older man, I get a negative gut reaction. If I see a beautiful woman with a very short man, I get a negative reaction. If I see a woman with a foreign man (regardless of race), I get a negative gut reaction. If I see a beautiful woman with a man who looks/sounds like me, I literally feel joy.
I would say it comes down to me having an enormous ego and wanting every beautiful woman in the world to fawn over me, and no other man. Ego and sexual possessiveness.
I suppose I see men of other races as dissimilar to myself. One exception, though: my friends who are black and asian - if they date white women I'm legitimately happy for them. I want the people in my circle to have the very best things in life and if that's what makes them happy, I wish it for them.
It gets the benefit of the doubt here. Your baseless allegations of unproven wrong doing do not.
The answer to every question you could possibly want to ask here is contained within the study itself, the link to which I have already provided.
I would suggest you get to work if you want to make your case against it.
"Men did not love Rome because she was great. She was great because they had loved her." -- G.K. Chesterton
Personally, I find this whole discussion strange, because I'm attracted to what I'm attracted too. It's not quantifiable as race but more from chemistry, personalty and character. I'm not sure I could control it if I wanted to.
Einstein, "science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."