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In 1950, interracial marriage was illegal in 29 states in the US. Interracial and international marriages are on the rise.It is not only Asian men but also Western men who want to marry Asian women. Statistics also shows that the marriages of Danish, Swedish and Norwegian men marrying Thai or Indian women tend to last longer than those of Indian men marrying Danish, Swedish or Norwegian wives. In this changing sociological scenario, I feel at ease.Inter-caste marriages, inter-state marriages in India and at the global level, international marriages have come to stay, and they will be transforming the world and the way we perceive countries and cultures at a faster rate than we imagine. It is true that men dominate the ‘top’ of society, but gradually they have started to represent the ´bottom´ of society as well.When we see the gathering of world leaders, EU leaders and especially leaders of Asian countries on TV, you see men overrepresented, and then we tend to erroneously conclude that men still dominate the world as they did some 50 years ago. They are doing the dirty, dangerous and difficult jobs, dying significantly earlier than women.While we in India love our Bollywood stars to go through a skin color change, want them to look fairer, whiter, and after marriage we put pressure on women to give birth to boys and are less accepting of girl children, then what is wrong when someone who lives a few thousand kilometers away wants to marry someone from India without any precondition and pressure of giving birth to a son? I have met several Indian girls who are happily married to Danish men and seem to be living a good life here.I find it amazing, though, that those looking for happy conjugal life in the West increasingly look towards the East, whereas we are looking towards the West for living a comfortable life.The leaders of the most successful political parties in Denmark, Sweden and Norway are women.If there was an election today, Mette Frederiksen, a former young Danish employment minister from the Social Democratic party, could become the second female prime minister of the country.
The paradox is that Hanna Rosin is a woman, so is Christina Hoff Sommers who wrote a piece in 2000, again in The Atlantic, “The war against Boys” to explain that girls are thriving in schools and boys are not.More Western men commit suicide or end up as homeless, unemployed, and very often they lose contact with their children after a divorce.More than half of the marriages end up in divorces here.Why should a Danish bus driver not get an Indian wife when he is willing to cook food and ready to learn a new language and, most of all, willing to accept her for her original skin color?He said, “You know what, I love the brown color, it is the best color”.
” was a question asked by a bus driver in Copenhagen, who happened to be a white ethnic Dane.