How do you feel about interracial marriage? Why do you feel the way you feel?
For myself, I would be against it. I feel that race is fundamentally part of culture. It’s an ethnic thing for me, and it’s very, very sad that ethnicities are being slowly deteriorated in the name of “multiculturalism”. Of course, in the grand scheme of things I do not find ethnic preservation to be an objectively moral duty, but merely one that I define for myself.
I want my culture to stay alive, I want my children to look like me and to be recognizably my own.
I wont judge or think poorly of someone who enters an interracial marriage, however I understand that they disagree with my own values. I will only marry someone of my racial background, with a strong preference for East Slavs, and going down the chain, West Slavs, South Slavs, other Europeans, and Russian-speaking people from former Soviet States (If I really loved her, I would marry say, a Georgian, Kazakh, or anyone. Provided they’re Orthodox, of course).
Naturally I would have less of a problem with it if my racial group was not essentially endangered, but since in the 21st century, it has become a reality, I am only going to marry within the context of my own culture, and race is part of that reality.