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For some reason, mainstream media has developed an obsession with Black women and our seemingly tragic lack of opportunites to jump the broom.
Unless you’re without access to the internet and broadband cable, by now you’ve heard that Black marriage rates are down and that Black women are more likely to be hit by lightning than to marry (I like to call this theory “The Black Female Thunderbolt Phenomenon”).
More than one-fifth of black men intermarried in 2008, while just 9 percent of black women did.
There has been much speculation about why these gender preferences exist—reasons that delve into racial stereotypes and politics.
Hispanic men and women are about as likely to marry outside their ethnic group, and they tend to marry non-Hispanic whites more than other groups.
The likelihood of choosing a marriage partner of another race or ethnic group is also influenced by the available pool of people of the appropriate age and with a similar educational background, because most people marry someone close in age and educational level. whites—long the racial majority—have the lowest intermarriage rates, followed by blacks.
Figure 2 White Men and Women Who "Married Out" in 2008 by Race/Ethnicity of Spouse Note: "Other" includes American Indians, people identifying with more than one race, and "some other race." Source: Paul Taylor et al., These 2008 marriages follow similar patterns by sex as interracial marriages of previous decades.And, as sociologist Dan Lichter points out, the biggest increase appears to be within minority groups. Interestingly, although younger people were more accepting of intermarriage, the Pew report found little difference in actual intermarriage rates by age—newlyweds age 50 or older were about as likely to marry out as younger newlyweds.Only 11 percent of 2008 intermarriages were between black and white Americans, reflecting the persistent cultural resistance against relationships between these races.Twenty percent of Asian men married a non-Asian in 2008, compared with 40 percent of Asian women.Likewise, black women are much less likely to intermarry than black men.
While racial discrimination is still evident, the boundaries separating the major ethnic and racial groups have become more porous.