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RollingFish RollingFish 22-25 10 Answers Oct 2, 2012 in Hobbies

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Im in an interracial relationship and I've overheard and directly received so much negativity and hatefulness- It makes no sense to me. Why should it matter what color you are if you love someone? That's just my opinion though.

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Seems like a good enough opinion to me. All the best to you in your quest for love -- melanin or no melanin.

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Because some people are narrow minded and think one race is different from another.

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This.

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Thank you :)

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on this site,called a black ****........may be its because of the avatar.

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Well...white mother, black father...even in San Francisco, in the early 60s there were places we couldn't go as a family; it wasn't legally forbidden, but it was more trouble than worth. My parents are both originally from Louisiana, met in college in New York, where they married, because they legally couldn't in Louisiana. They moved to California a couple of years later, where I was born, and later, my siblings. When we'd go down South to visit the relatives, there were places we legally could not go as a family, and places my father and I couldn't go at all.

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I work at an excavation company - there is a staggering amount of thinly veiled racism still prevalent in the New England blue collar community, though people tend to keep it to themselves unless provoked.<br />
Being a blond-haired, blue-eyed heterosexual white male, people with this mental affliction tend to assume I am likely to agree with their prejudices. Its an odd place to be in when your boss asks you how you feel about the n***** in the white house with a conspiratorial grin.

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Bah, coming from an interracial family, I've encountered this myself. I usually try to envision the looks on their faces if they found out I'm part Chinese, Maori and Hispanic. Thanks man, sometimes it's good to hear that not everyone just condones the behaviour of their peers.

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Lola, honey, are you saying that I'm being racist to whites?

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Naturally it is possible for white people to be the target of racism. However, I've never personally experienced that and doubt that its prevalent here in the northeastern united states. @Fish - Maori? You've got some far-reaching code in your genes.

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*grins* I come from a family of mariners.

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what is fish-maori ?

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*winks*

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Numerous time in my working life I was discriminated against in favor of "minorities" who got hired, promoted, and paid more because of anti-white racist policies of government and industry. Over 40 years the anti-white racism probably cost me more than a million dollars. And its gotten worse. The Odumbo regime is the most racist government in my lifetime.

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Any racism is bad racism. Thank you for commenting.

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I was called a honky in school once, i hit the kid and we later got on.<br />
In college I was called white trash which upset me.<br />
As a Christian my faith and my God are often mocked which annoys me.

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People can be right arseholes. Much respect.

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A lot of people don't really like my kind of lizard so they usually try to grab me by my tail to make me drop it.

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*grins* As an Australian, I love lizards.

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you should let me move in

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I could feed you crickets and you could keep the cane toads off my lawn.

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yeah those dirty cane toads need to remember their place

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Damn right, filthy frogs.

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I'm not against frogs as a whole, but they can keep their filthy paws off my women!

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