Given the Alymer girls’ Black and White heritage, it’s actually quite normal for siblings of mixed-race families to have different skin tones or hair types.(Hell, it’s normal for an all Black family to have different skin tones and hair types.When I got older and started to date, my adopted mother would not allow me to date men who were dark skinned and my biological mother- if she could have- would have told me no white men.I did end up marrying someone who is as white as they possibly can get.It did not occur to her to be thankful to him for supporting me when she and my adopted mother no longer wanted to.At some point my mother had to learn to accept him.
She didn't hate them or participate in hate against them but just thought that people should stick within their own color.
I did not return until after my daughter was born and was going on 2. My mother loves them but not like she loves her grandbabies who are all native American.
Now I know that she would do everything she could to help one of them and loves them. I just know that her love for them is different than her love of her other grandchildren.
Bi-racial implies that there is more than one race in a relationship and in the offspring that occur from that mixed relationship.
What most people consider to be bi-racial is when a caucassion or white person carries on a relationship with an African American individual.
covered their story and if you were entering this topic blindly, you’d think their dramatically differing looks were the strangest thing to happen since the blue-black/white-gold dress incident, but it’s actually pretty normal, so let’s hold off on the I-can’t-believe-it’s-not-butter-level hyperbole.