This sounds very clearly like YOUR problem, and not hers or indeed anyone else's. You dont mention how close a relative this is, or why you consider it any of your business who she chooses to go out with. You dont mention what sort of funcion his is where your own abence would be noticed and bother people --- is it a family function to which you have both been invited ? If your absence would cause ill feelings in the family, it sounds as though your whole family is being adult and sensible about this, and it is with all of them that you disagree ?
Are you really so sure that you "love dearly" this woman whose judgement and rights you reject ? What kind of love is that ?
Isnt it time you graduated from that sad Old School where you learned bad habits of prejudice, and entered the real world we all live in ?
You are not under any obligation to be delighted about this friendship, but it really isnt any of your businss. What you are obligated to be, is polite and courteous, and to avoid causing entirely unnecessary dramas for peple who dont share your prejudices.
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