Do you have any negative feelings, at all, towards the concept of biracial children? What state do you live in?
Ok this has been on here several times. Same answer as before. No problem with it, no issues either. Wa state
I am very pale. My daughter more so. She has the prettiest porcelain skin I have ever seen. Apparently for others as well, because everywhere we go people comment on her gorgeous, pasty white bland skin, deep blue eyes, and dark hair.
You sound bitter.
Quoting Red227:I THINK THAT BIRACIAL CHILDREN ARE, PHYSICALLY, SOME OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN I HAVE EVER LAID EYES ON.WHO IN THEIR RIGHT MIND REALLY WANTS A PASTY WHITE, BLAND BABY?(YES, I'M YELLING ALL OF THIS, CUZ IT'S REALLY IMPORTANT)
I THINK THAT BIRACIAL CHILDREN ARE, PHYSICALLY, SOME OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN I HAVE EVER LAID EYES ON.
WHO IN THEIR RIGHT MIND REALLY WANTS A PASTY WHITE, BLAND BABY?
(YES, I'M YELLING ALL OF THIS, CUZ IT'S REALLY IMPORTANT)
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i have 3 cousins that are half black half white, and 1 is half indonesian half white my ada was adopted and dont know what he is sooooooo nope i have no problem with it. i live in ca
I'd be confused if I did, because I'm biracial. Actually, if you want to be technical, I'm triracial.Half white, quarter Mediterranian, quarter Native American.
mother native AM
my mother was SUPER racist which made my father defensive... had it not been like that I would have had no issues,.. but since it was, yes it bugs me sometimes to be a "half bred"
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