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The news comes after Bella T split from fellow Disney Channel alum Sulkin after more than a year together.
The two shared a kiss on the red carpet of the Teen Choice Awards 2015, but Sulkin did not attend this year's event, prompting rumours of the split.
No doubt it would upset a few people for a while, but it's not clear that they'd be entitled to be upset. There's not much reason to believe that moral wisdom works that way.
If both families are mortally opposed, then I suppose someone might say that one's obligation to one's family demands that you stay "just friends." But it's not obvious that we owe that sort of deference to our families' wishes, and it's certainly not obvious that our family members are entitled to make such demands on us. You say that you want the matter settled by reference to some "objective moral standard." But this makes me wonder: are you looking for some sort of derivation of the right answer from a maxim or two? There is one question that seems relevant to all this, however: does this woman feel the same way about you that you feel about her? If so, then I'd think that there would need to be weighty reasons that you haven't mentioned to make it wrong for the two of you to begin a relationship.