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    http://www.badeagle.com/2009/06/16/t...ed-white-race/


    Here we got an native american who brings up the mixing between western women and ethnic men. Might be a bit off topic from the thread starter, but it brings up the point some other posters have been saying.

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    My mom was/is a single parent. My father abandoned us. Both of my parents are white. My father left my mother for a Jewish woman, who he married and is still with her.

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    Single parenthood by choice is problematic, at least in my opinion. Even if someone is financially stable and has a support network, purposely depriving a child of a parent is cruel and selfish. However, if either parent turns out to be abusive and/or abandons the family, that's an entirely different scenario.

    "Single Parents: Not What Nature Intended" rings true, but people may find themselves in the role of single parent through not fault of their own. These individuals deserve support, not scapegoating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth View Post
    My mom was/is a single parent. My father abandoned us. Both of my parents are white. My father left my mother for a Jewish woman, who he married and is still with her.
    If this is not too personal question ... how are laws in USA? Are your position (what comes to your dad) ... in the front of laws ... same or weaker versus situation if your parents would be married? I meant your rights for possible inheritance from your dad's side etc.?

    Here those are equal. Today marriage only gives extra rights to married people (if one becomes widow etc.) .... not to their kids. Child's position and rights are secured in all conditions.

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    I'm no parent, but just as an observation, there are an incredible amount of single parents on dating sites, that I've come across.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    If this is not too personal question ... how are laws in USA? Are your position (what comes to your dad) ... in the front of laws ... same or weaker versus situation if your parents would be married? I meant your rights for possible inheritance from your dad's side etc.?

    Here those are equal. Today marriage only gives extra rights to married people (if one becomes widow etc.) .... not to their kids. Child's position and rights are secured in all conditions.

    Children born in marriage are favored by the law. They don't have to do paternity testing to prove the father is the father. My father's name is on my birth certificate, but when my mom went to legal aid when I was a child for help getting child support they told her his name on the birth certificate isn't good enough - anyone can put a name on a birth certificate. Have to have a paternity test. When I tried to get back child support for myself at age 20 I had to have a paternity test through family court. My father and I eventually had a paternity test done, came back 99.9% that he is my father.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth View Post
    Children born in marriage are favored by the law. They don't have to do paternity testing to prove the father is the father. My father's name is on my birth certificate, but when my mom went to legal aid when I was a child for help getting child support they told her his name on the birth certificate isn't good enough - anyone can put a name on a birth certificate. Have to have a paternity test. When I tried to get back child support for myself at age 20 I had to have a paternity test through family court. My father and I eventually had a paternity test done, came back 99.9% that he is my father.
    I think the basic structures are quite a same. What might differ here is how the laws are written. The angle of view. Here the child's rights (or what is best for her/him) goes ahead of rights of parents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veršandi View Post
    Why does it unsettle us to see one person go it alone as a parent?
    Because it's damaging and unhealthy for the children. The majority of single parents are single mothers. But children (sons as well as daughters) NEED their fathers for their healthy psychological development - whoever says otherwise is an idiot. This doesn't mean that it's completely impossible for children from single parents to grow into halfway decent people, but in general children with a mother AND a father are way better off. There is a reason why children from single mothers become criminals and/or promiscuous more often than children from intact families. A good father is extremely important for a positive psychological development of a child. (A good mother as well, but as I said, more single parents are single mothers and there's no father, than the other way around.)

    I know a young German woman (still a student) who has a half-black child. Needless to say she's a single mother. She labeled her kid as "a souvenir from her exchange year" in America, where she first met the kid's father two weeks before she got pregnant by him. And now he's somewhere in America while she's back in Germany with the kid. I can't even find words to describe how despicable and irresponsible and sick and repulsive I find this behavior. I just hope she stays single for the rest of her life and no German man is ever wimpy enough to pick her.

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    Well it might unsettle you, but some of us have few alternatives. If the biological father of the child is a pig, it's better off for the child to be unexposed to his negative influence. And quality men aren't easy to find these days.
    No woman should be so stupid to get pregnant by a pig. It's our responsibility to pick a man who is a good, mature and responsible husband and father. Other men are not worth spending a single second of time with.

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    Indeed, a single person raising a child or children is absolutely unideal. I grew up raised mostly by a single mother (My Father decided to up and leave one day), until my stepfather came into the picture. We as a species need help and community in raising children, whether that be a mother and father, extended family, a communal effort, etc. No one, parent nor child, should be forced into such a situation as to single parenthood. To say nothing of those who actively choose it, or get into it by their own irresponsibility...

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