I would be interested in your thoughts as I am getting quite disheartened at the attitudes. I think, very unfortunately, that there are some cultural stereotypes (in both directions! So good, let’s get these all out in the open so that we can talk about them.
I, too, have heard many times from Iranian men (or men from any of the middle-eastern cultures for that matter) that they are happy to date American or non-Iranian women, but that they would never marry one.
To all my more “mature” readers…come on now…think back…you can remember being exactly like that too, even if you were forced to repress these feelings and NOT act on them.
Whether or not we establish barriers (social, cultural, familial), teenagers will be teenagers and they will do what they want to do, often without our knowledge.
The MOST RESPONSIBLE things for parents to do is to teach whatever values they choose, but to also “keep it real” and not ignore things in the hopes that they just won’t exist or happen. It’s difficult to change stereotypes that have been around for decades or centuries perhaps.
Talking to our kids with honesty and allowing them to open up to us is the BEST way for us to protect them and INFORM them. But, the one thing that you can control is your own behavior. Iranian men get a bad rap for being male chauvinistic, abusive, possessive, jealous, insecure, hairy, fixated on jokes related to bowel movements, and it goes on and on.
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