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For resources for intercultural and interracial marriages, see the bottom of the Marriage page or the Resources page.
“Although a Bahá’í may, if he chooses, seek his parents’ advice on the choice of a partner, and although Bahá’í parents may give such advice if asked, it is clear from the Teachings that parents do not have the right to interfere in their children’s actual choice of a prospective partner until approached for their consent to marry.” “...[M]arriage is dependent upon the consent of both parties.
Bahá’u’lláh hath said that the various races of humankind lend a composite harmony and beauty of color to the whole.
The application of this principle gives rise to changes in habits and practices which have prevailed for many centuries.” “Bahá’í men have the opportunity to demonstrate to the world around them a new approach to the relationship between the sexes, where aggression and the use of force are eliminated and replaced by cooperation and consultation.
The Universal House of Justice has pointed out in response to questions addressed to it that, in a marriage relationship, neither husband nor wife should ever unjustly dominate the other, and that there are times when the husband and the wife should defer to the wishes of the other, if agreement cannot be reached through consultation; each couple should determine exactly under what circumstances such deference is to take place.”“…[T]he Bahá’í conception of sex is based on the belief that chastity should be strictly practiced by both sexes, not only because it is in itself highly commendable ethically, but also due to its being the only way to a happy and successful marital life.
As it was [we] were always in the utmost state of joy and happiness.” “…[Y]ou should not neglect your health, but consider it the means which enables you to serve.
It—the body—is like a horse which carries the personality and spirit, and as such should be well cared for so it can do its work!