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zevvict

Voorhees, NJ

#22 Nov 15, 2011
and regardless of race you should submit to your region..

is why I'm actually against immigration all though It may have shaped the country..

it didn't shape the country.. the country was shaped by the same way every other

country was shaped.. more technology..

“about 2 be a mini me”

Since: Apr 12

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#23 Apr 20, 2012
IdiotsayWhat wrote:
I'm fine with being classified as black when I'm not on here. I have no problem being biracial hell if I was whiter looking I'd probably be called a wigger because I will empathize with my black side more so... It is what it is...
This I agree with. Been thinking like that my entire life
Star

Flint, MI

#24 Nov 27, 2012
[I ]I must say, I've always felt rejected...my mother is black and my father is Korean...I love my father, n the few Korean relatives I've met years ago...but daddy left when I was 5...I was raised in my mothers family and grew up in a neighborhood with all of maybe 4 1/2 nonblack students in the entire district...so black was all I've ever known...I'm 20, and even now, my black family has shown me the most rejection and caused the worst pain relating to my race than anyone, anywhere...from calling me "rice-a-saurus" as a toddler, to telling me I cant be expected to be normal because that other part of me can control my thoughts sometimes...that I like different music because I'm mixed...they've blamed me for EVERYTHING...and it always points back to me being biracial, as if that somehow made me evil...I've never looked down on anyone all black, in actuality I used to cry night after night cuz I couldn't be like them....but because I'm mixed, I'm always treated like an outsider and met with hostility because I'm EXPECTED to be snooty, or stuck up...I'm neither...I spent all of my childhood and teenage years feeling guilty for messing up my family by being mixed, and tryin to make it up...from 4.0 report cards, to state championships in track, to college scholarships, deanslist, moving out early, working multiple jobs, buying my own cars/clothes, NOTHING I do has ever been good enough...and today actually, I gave up...because no matter what, ill never be accepted, and while that hurts, beating myself up to please them is stupid...I could go on for days cuz I haven't even mentioned my korean grandmother and how "dark" I'm getting..(I'm actually LIGHTskinned, and my Asian side is pretty apparent...being biracial has definitely affected my life, and while there are some perks every now and then, the bad has DEFINITELY been more obvious than the good....its hard...and a biracial child needs to be loved and protected, not isolated, and belittled....[I feel very bad for you. People seem to think racemixing just started-no! It's been around since the Biblical days. How in the hell do we think that there are so many beautiful ethnicities on earth. I can sympathize because my kids are biracial (black mother/white father). I didn't notice racism from his side of the family until three years ago. The girls in my daughter's age group have a click and they refuse to even acknowledge her.There is one cousin who my daughter is close to, and they try to break up the relationship. I personally think that biracial people should have their own identity.]

“about 2 be a mini me”

Since: Apr 12

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#25 Nov 27, 2012
Star wrote:
[I ]I must say, I've always felt rejected...my mother is black and my father is Korean...I love my father, n the few Korean relatives I've met years ago...but daddy left when I was 5...I was raised in my mothers family and grew up in a neighborhood with all of maybe 4 1/2 nonblack students in the entire district...so black was all I've ever known...I'm 20, and even now, my black family has shown me the most rejection and caused the worst pain relating to my race than anyone, anywhere...from calling me "rice-a-saurus" as a toddler, to telling me I cant be expected to be normal because that other part of me can control my thoughts sometimes...that I like different music because I'm mixed...they've blamed me for EVERYTHING...and it always points back to me being biracial, as if that somehow made me evil...I've never looked down on anyone all black, in actuality I used to cry night after night cuz I couldn't be like them....but because I'm mixed, I'm always treated like an outsider and met with hostility because I'm EXPECTED to be snooty, or stuck up...I'm neither...I spent all of my childhood and teenage years feeling guilty for messing up my family by being mixed, and tryin to make it up...from 4.0 report cards, to state championships in track, to college scholarships, deanslist, moving out early, working multiple jobs, buying my own cars/clothes, NOTHING I do has ever been good enough...and today actually, I gave up...because no matter what, ill never be accepted, and while that hurts, beating myself up to please them is stupid...I could go on for days cuz I haven't even mentioned my korean grandmother and how "dark" I'm getting..(I'm actually LIGHTskinned, and my Asian side is pretty apparent...being biracial has definitely affected my life, and while there are some perks every now and then, the bad has DEFINITELY been more obvious than the good....its hard...and a biracial child needs to be loved and protected, not isolated, and belittled....[I feel very bad for you. People seem to think racemixing just started-no! It's been around since the Biblical days. How in the hell do we think that there are so many beautiful ethnicities on earth. I can sympathize because my kids are biracial (black mother/white father). I didn't notice racism from his side of the family until three years ago. The girls in my daughter's age group have a click and they refuse to even acknowledge her.There is one cousin who my daughter is close to, and they try to break up the relationship. I personally think that biracial people should have their own identity.]
all i see the "uplift-ment" of your "asian" side and you wonder why they don't like you.... yet you don't blame your dad for abandoning you... you're pitiful
Jeremy W

United States

#26 Jan 6, 2013
I dont feel rejected at all. Im probably seen as more black. But ive been seen as both. And quite honestly i dont see a need to be a accepted by any particilar race. Life would be boring if everyone looked like me! So i take pride in looking different, and secretly i sorta like how so few people are biracial. Even though its not a secret anymore -.- point is I LIKE LOOKIN LIKE A HYBRID >:P I'm like a chimera! Next thing ya know I'm breathing fire out of a snake tail! Anyways.....

My father was born in eastern france near the german border. My mother was born on sunset blvd in Los Angeles. I myself was born in northern france in Noyon, a small town on very very outskirts of the outskirts of paris. Now just so you can get an idea of just how practically "opposite" both sides of me are I'll give you some details.

My fathers side is white: Grandparents living in france during occupation by hitler, but were never put in a concentration camp. No...In fact, my great uncle was one of the frenchman drafted into the german army during world war II. Dad is blond haired blue eyed etc.

My mother's side is black: Grandmother born in birmingham alabama and grew up with jim crow laws. Her great grandmother was a slave. We are very much connected to our roots.

Well...seeing as a blond haired guy got with a black woman...umm anyways...I was born with blue eyes that turned hazel, and my hair is curly like african hair is, yet is a light brown-gold color. Im so blended that my skin is a complete mix of the two races. And I don't know if this is the case for other biracial people but I constantly get asked one question and one question only: "Are you black or are you white?" sad to say its hard for me to identify biracial people. But in my case i must really be easily identified as biracial. But i dunno. Its narrow-minded to use my weak ability to identify people as biracial as a standard and to act like im the only one easily seen as both because i know im not the only one...but 95% of my biracial experience is "Are you black or white?" usually it seems that you can see more of one race than the other...in my case APPARENTLY I am exactly balanced. Maybe leaning towards slightly more black. Dunno. But point is. Its not difficult at all and I wouldn't have it any other way.
Jennifer

Harrow, UK

#27 Jan 15, 2013
I feel like black people have accepted me more than white people growing up, I have only experienced white people being mean or racist towards me never any black people.
alc87

Danielson, CT

#28 Feb 5, 2013
I am biologically 100% Hispanic. However, I never knew my biological father. So when my mother married her husband (I was 5) he adopted me and accepted me and raised me as his own. He's white. And so I grew up with a white family and a Hispanic family. The white side was NEVER accepting. My parents went on to have 2 boys. Biologically my "half brothers" but still my brothers since we were raised together. Because our mother is Hispanic, they have always been treated differently by the white side of the family. Our Christmas gifts were always noticeable not as expensive or nice as the other white cousins. And during family reunions we weren't really accepted. So we learned to "stick together" and often don't speak more than 2 sentences to the white side of the family. Our Hispanic side was much more accepting and so even my brothers feel more connected to our mother's family. They were always fair and equally affectionate with us, as they were with our other Hispanic cousins.

My situation is different since technically I am 100% Hispanic. But I know through my brothers being biracial and how they feel around our white family... That they do not feel full accepted as being "white." Our Hispanic side never made it an issue for them. Just my two cents, even though this is an old thread.
Jasmine

United States

#29 Mar 3, 2013
We are our own race and white people and black need to respect that. Whether we are biracial or multiracial. My mom is white and my dad is black. My grandfather was french and grandma was cherooke indian and my mothers father was italian. People need to stop trying to force us to choose one side when we dont fit in one category but our own.
CurtisHammer

Houston, TX

#31 Mar 6, 2013
Jasmine wrote:
We are our own race and white people and black need to respect that. Whether we are biracial or multiracial. My mom is white and my dad is black. My grandfather was french and grandma was cherooke indian and my mothers father was italian. People need to stop trying to force us to choose one side when we dont fit in one category but our own.
i might put my big black d1ck up in yo guts girl, dont fcuk with me, unless you want to fcuk with me girl

Since: Mar 13

Kuwait

#32 Mar 30, 2013
I myself am a white women. I am writing on this thread because I have 2 bi-racial children . They start school this year and my fear is they will be discriminated against. I've tried my best to raise them to coexist with both of their sides. For the ones have grown up in a bi -racially. What are something's that you wish you had known, been taught, or shown to help?
Black Deal

Ballwin, MO

#33 Apr 21, 2013
CurtisHammer wrote:
<quoted text>i might put my big black d1ck up in yo guts girl, dont fcuk with me, unless you want to fcuk with me girl
You thug hunter
Black Deal

Ballwin, MO

#34 Apr 21, 2013
Freckleseol wrote:
I myself am a white women. I am writing on this thread because I have 2 bi-racial children . They start school this year and my fear is they will be discriminated against. I've tried my best to raise them to coexist with both of their sides. For the ones have grown up in a bi -racially. What are something's that you wish you had known, been taught, or shown to help?
You dumb as hell
Lizzie

Kingston, Jamaica

#36 Jul 30, 2013
i'm a lot of everything but most people tend to just think im black and white. that being said i don't really feel like there is a more accepting side. probably because i have been around a bit more black people than white i couldn't really say that whites have been extremely racist towards me but there have still been times where they have made certain remarks and comments. black people also make comments though and in a way try to doubt your blackness if that makes sense. some have also made judgments about me and expect me to be stuck up or act as if though i think im better than them. i've always kind of felt like i had to prove myself to the black community just to fit in or so that they would stop making certain comments or remarks. after a while though i guess i have just learned to accept it and accept who i am. i'm not really bothered with proving myself anymore i'm just a multiracial person and if you feel the need to try and make me feel bad about it go right ahead. i guess it just all really comes down to how you view yourself and whether or not you decide to let comments from either side affect you. there was an article i saw not too long ago as well titled "mixed race is now the perfect face" which i guess referred to the colour of multiracial people's skin obviously because there are some white people who tan to get darker and some black bleach their skin in order to be lighter. so for me in today's society being a multiracial person im pretty proud and also happy i dont have to do neither of those things lol :)
TruthBehold

San Antonio, TX

#37 Aug 7, 2013
I feel like interracials need to have their own group and stop trying to seek validation from whole raced people. Get over it, ya'll are mutts and will never be accepted from anyone accept other mixed raced freaks.
TruthBehold

San Antonio, TX

#38 Aug 7, 2013
I feel like mixed*

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