Many Portuguese men married Creole women. Their children easily merged with the other Creole population. Many Chinese men have also married or had sex with Creole women.  At first, interracial marriages with Chinese men were not common. In the 1870s, it was perceived more negatively than Portuguese men marrying Creole women, so the Chinese population remained mostly racially pure. Chinese men who had interracial marriages became more common. Significant changes in how Creole women viewed Chinese men as desirable partners led to an increase in intermarriage. Due to the lack of Chinese women, Kirke had observed in 1897 that Chinese men in Guyana liked to mingle with Creole women and had the prettiest women of color as concubines. Due to the continuous mixing, 80% of Chinese Guiana barely looks Chinese, with few facial features characteristic of Chinese.  Because of the lives of some Chinese in Macau, the first Macanese ethnic group was formed by Portuguese men with Malay, Japanese, and Indian women.  The Portuguese encouraged Chinese migration to Macau, and most Macanese in Macau were formed from mixed marriages between Portuguese and Chinese. Interracial marriages between Turks, Europeans and Central Asians in Kazakhstan are rare, but increasing.
The most common marriages are between Kazakhs and Volga Tatars. Mixed marriages usually involve Kazakh men, as Muslim tradition favors men over women. For example, 1% were between Russians, Tatars and Kazakhs (792 between Russians and Tatars, 561 between Kazakhs and Tatars and 212 between Kazakhs and Russians). 701 Kazakh men married Russians or Tatars, only 72 Kazakh women.  Among Kyrgyz men living in Uzbekistan who are married to non-Kyrgyz women, 9.6 percent had married Russians, 25.6 percent Uzbeks, and 34.3 percent Tatars. Among Kazakh men in Uzbekistan, the structure of mixed marriages was as follows: 4.4% married Russians.  Centuries before the same-sex marriage movement, the U.S. government, its constituent states, and colonial predecessors dealt with the controversial issue of “miscegenation.” It is common knowledge that the Deep South banned interracial marriages until 1967, but less known than many other states have done the same. California, for example, banned these marriages until 1948. In addition, politicians have made three brazen attempts to ban interracial marriage nationwide by amending the U.S. Constitution. Anti-miscegenation laws or miscegenation laws are laws that enforce racial segregation in marriage and intimate relationships by criminalizing interracial marriages and sometimes sexual relations between members of different races.
Anti-miscegenation laws were first introduced in North America beginning in the late seventeenth century by several of the thirteen colonies and later by many U.S. states and U.S. territories, and remained in effect in many U.S. states until 1967. In 1959, the Lovings were sentenced to prison for “living together as husband and wife against the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth”, but resisted. Eight years later, the Supreme Court declared the anti-miscegenation laws unconstitutional. Today, 1 in 6 marriages in the United States are between people of different races or ethnicities. As in other occupied territories, it was acceptable in Islamic marriage law for a Muslim man to marry Christian and Jewish women in southern Italy when he was under Islamic rule – namely, the Emirate of Sicily and, less importantly, the short-lived Emirate of Bari between the 8th and 11th centuries. In this case, most intermarriage took place between Arab and Berber men from North Africa and indigenous Greek, Roman and Italian women.
Such intermarriage was particularly common in the emirate of Sicily, where a writer who visited the site in the 970s was shocked at how common it was in rural areas.  After the Norman conquest of southern Italy, all Muslim citizens (foreigners, natives, or mestizos) of the Kingdom of Sicily were called “Moors.” After a short period during which the Arab-Norman culture was introduced during the reign of Roger II. Later, the mainland Italians who emigrated to Sicily persecuted the Muslims of Sicily and killed many of them;  Later, the remains were expelled in 1239 with the persecution of Frederick II, who deported the Muslim survivors to Lucera. The leaders of Maryland`s colonial government liked the idea so much that they instituted a similar policy a year later. And in 1705, Virginia expanded the policy to impose massive fines on any minister who celebrates a marriage between an American or a black man and a white person – with half the amount (£10,000) to be paid to the informant. Most of the inhabitants of Reunion are Creoles, who are of mixed ancestry and constitute the majority of the population. Interracial marriages between European men and Chinese men with African, Indian, Chinese, Malagasy women were also common. In 2005, a genetic study of the interbreeding of Réunion revealed the following. For maternal (mitochondrial) DNA, haplogroups are Indian (44%), East Asian (27%), European/Middle Eastern (19%) or African (10%). In Israel, there are no provisions for civil marriages, so marriages can only be contracted between people of the same religion. Interfaith marriages contracted abroad are generally recognized.
As a result, Jews in Israel cannot legally marry non-Jews, and a significant number of Israelis marry in Cyprus.  Representative Seaborn Roddenbery, D-Ga., makes a second attempt to revise the Constitution to prohibit interracial marriages in all 50 states. Roddenbery`s amendment states: Africa has a long history of interracial mixing with Arabs and later Europeans who have sex with black Africans. [ref. needed] Arabs played an important role in the African slave trade, and unlike the transatlantic slave trade, most African slaves in the Arab slave trade were women. Most of them were used by Arab men as sex slaves and some were taken as wives. [ref. needed] Interethnic marriages in Japan date back to the 7th century, when Chinese and Korean immigrants began marrying the local population. At the beginning of the 9th century, more than a third of all noble families in Japan had ancestors of foreign origin.
 In the 1590s, more than 50,000 Koreans were forcibly taken to Japan, where they married the local population. In the 16th and 17th centuries. In the nineteenth century, about 58,000 Japanese traveled abroad, many of whom married local women in Southeast Asia.  Since the 1960s, young women have been encouraged to leave the countryside for the city because they want to live a better life. As a result, only young men remain in their hometowns who tend to their farms and maintain agriculture. About one-third of South Korean men in rural areas married women from abroad, according to data released by the Korean National Statistics Office in 2006.  Marriages between South Korean men and foreign women are often arranged by matchmakers or international religious groups. Research suggests that there are statistically higher levels of poverty, violence, and divorce among Korean men married to foreign women.  Most Korean men who marry Southeast Asian women are divorced because of religious differences. Currently, divorces between Koreans and foreign spouses account for 10% of the total divorce rate in Korea. [ref.
needed] Interracial marriages between Cantonese-Chinese men and Peruvian women were quite numerous, resulting in a large number of mixed children and people of Chinese descent in Peru.