“Bro guess what?! I just got my DNA results from 23andMe. I thought I was just Saudi Arabian but it turns out I’m kind of mixed: 70% Middle Eastern, 15% European, 10% African, and 5% Asian!”
“5% Asian? Bro what if your ancestors knew my ancestors in China a long time ago?!”
“You don’t look mixed because you don’t have light skin, light eyes, or light-colored hair…and your hair is too curly.”
“Actually, my biological father is Afro-Caribbean and my biological mother is Indo-Fijian. Being mixed doesn’t mean a person has to have light-colored features or look partly European.”
“Oh my god your kids are so cute, I love mixed babies! I would marry outside my race too so I can have exotic bi-racial kids! They’ll have perfect hair, pretty eyes, and the best skin color…I wish I was bi-racial so I could be hot AND help to end racism!”
“Okay, no. First of all, don’t objectify mixed children like that. Secondly, Bi-racial people are still human beings, not some ethnic fetish or a racial fantasy.”
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