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The rule, which way too many people accept as real, says that one drop of black blood in you makes you Black regardless of the rest of your mixture.
It is a stupid and silly concept rooted in racism and one that surprisingly most people, even Blacks espouse. The collective that is society has been wrong on many fronts before.
As the United States grows more diverse, interracial couples of color will only grow more common.
Accordingly, discussion of interracial relationships should include pairings of Asian Americans and African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Arab Americans, and so forth.
This review of the myths that shroud interracial couples indicate that romance across the color line remains a source of stigma.
Arguably the biggest myth about interracial couples is that such pairings always involve a white person and a person of color.
And it is so interesting to me that people often justify this idiocy by saying it is not them that think this way, they are just saying society thinks that way so therefore it is reality. It is very interesting what she hears (though not surprising since you can probably guess some of them). The only issue I have with her viewpoint is that she seems to buy into the whole “race” concept at all.
They don’t have a pattern of choosing solely white mates or solely Asian mates or Hispanic ones.
Considering South Africa’s history of apartheid, certainly it is not surprising that there are still lots of issues over there regarding Blacks and Whites getting along, we should not be surprised at the reaction to the above poster.
As you can see from this article, there was much controversy over the well-intended poster and message.
Indeed I would venture to say that more Blacks accept this concept than others, even though its root implies that the Black gene “taints” all others. It reminds of the idiocy of how we see “race” summarized by the sentence that a White woman can give birth to a Black child but a Black woman cannot give birth to a White child. And we have proven the ability to turn what “society” thinks. Tagged African-American, Amandla Stenberg, bi-cultural, bi-racial, black, Danish, interracial, interracial dating, interracial marriage, Katniss, mixed, movies, multicultural, race, Rue, The Hunger Games, white I came across this interesting video from this Mixed young lady in London.
That this makes sense to people is beyond my understanding. So I don’t buy that this is society’s judgement so therefore it is right or something we should therefore also espouse. In it she talks about some of the common things Mixed people have to hear other people say about them.
Of course, a number of such couples exist in real life as well.