British men and black women dating

29-Aug-2017 10:13

Divorce remains uncommon, in contrast to the trend among the white majority, the census found.Though it isn't forbidden in Islamic, Hindu or Sikh culture, it is strongly discouraged.Yet Britain as a whole remains very white indeed; there is nothing "multicultural" about it.At the census in 1991, ethnic minorities came to about 5.5 per cent of the population: that is, just over three million in a total population of almost 55 million. As a result, London-based commentators may fail to realise that the largest minority group in the country is one of the quietest - the 840,000 people whose families came from India, either directly or via Africa.It is now important to find a bride who can bring earning power with her, not just a cash lump-sum.

The census study notes that explanations, in both the United States and Britain, focus on the constraints faced by black women in finding a suitable spouse.At the present rate, you could even foresee them vanishing as an identifiable group.In the 1980s, the West Indian population dropped by 14 per cent, partly because of old age and death; marginally because of people going back to Jamaica; and on top of this, that extraordinarily high rate of "marrying (or cohabiting) out," which seems to be accelerating.Did you know that 40 per cent of young black men in Britain are married to, or live with, a white partner?The trend is less common on the other side of the sexual divide.

The census study notes that explanations, in both the United States and Britain, focus on the constraints faced by black women in finding a suitable spouse.

At the present rate, you could even foresee them vanishing as an identifiable group.

In the 1980s, the West Indian population dropped by 14 per cent, partly because of old age and death; marginally because of people going back to Jamaica; and on top of this, that extraordinarily high rate of "marrying (or cohabiting) out," which seems to be accelerating.

Did you know that 40 per cent of young black men in Britain are married to, or live with, a white partner?

The trend is less common on the other side of the sexual divide.

Because of the taboo on research, no one knows how frequent this is in Britain.