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They say once you go black you never go back...until you go on a Persian excursion. And now that I'm married to a white guy, it's an excursion I won't ever be taking.
Are you in your 40's and dating (or wanting to date) someone who is 20 years younger than you?
(Note: In case you were wondering, Persian and Iranian are in fact the same thing).
I'm not sure what prevented me from ever dating inside my own race.
Hell, I know half-Iranian/half-American peeps that ended up with full Iranians. Warning: I'm about to make massive generalizations: 10. If I married an Iranian guy, those poor kids wouldn't stand a chance.9.
Latinos aren't the only ones with major machismo issues.
This seems to be the one area where "taarof" doesn't come into play for Iranian men.
(I'm not a big fan of the Wiki definition here-- but Taarof is basically the act of taking turns insisting on doing something-- like "I'll pay the bill" followed by someone else saying "No, I'll pay the bill" Most of the time, you have no intention of paying the bill, but you offer just to be polite.)8. Aside from my own parents (and some of my relatives) who are the exception to the rule, Iranian parents LOVE to get involved in their kid's relationships/marriages. That movie is super racist and we all hated Sally Field for years and years until Brothers & Sisters which basically could have been about a Persian family except for the fact that they were white and lived in Pasadena.
Please give us your thoughts and experiences which have enabled or prevented you from being a whole and healthy Iranian-American family.
Maybe, we can learn from each others victories and defeats.
The American culture, while rather young in comparison, offers a diversity, joi de vive and light of hope which energizes and challenges its citizens in the spirit of invention.
We, as parents, have the unique opportunity of picking and choosing the best from both cultures and incorporating them into the traditions of our own familiy units.
No one has to agree or relinquish all of their own beliefs to satisfy another.