Mixed Races

Australia
August 17, 2006 9:44am CST
Do you agree or disagree? I have a niece... Half Polish half Malaysian
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22 responses
@pizzoli (3368)
• Italy
9 Jan 07
i really agree, love and relationship must have no frontiers and no race difference
@Geminigirl (1909)
• United States
8 Jan 07
I have no problem with mixed races. We are all people after all. If two people love each other, then they should be thankful for that. I don't see color. Everyone is the same.
@thatmom2 (126)
• United States
8 Jan 07
regardless of what her mix is, no one is 100% anything, and if u think u are, then u are sadly mistaken...sorry to burst your bubble.
@ilunice (947)
• Netherlands
7 Jan 07
Just a process of making the world become a global village.
@Smclin1 (325)
• United States
18 Dec 06
I am white and my husband is black, we have a child together. We married for love.
@Irecapat (40)
• United States
18 Dec 06
It doesn't matter. People need to understand that there is NO LONGER a pure race. We should love all in the world.
@serenetee (380)
• Singapore
17 Dec 06
We look at a person by his character and not by his race. People with parents from different races tend to look better. They are usually equipped with an extra language ability compared to the norm. there are more to gain than lose.
@missy1 (104)
17 Dec 06
mixed race children are the future,too much suffering has been caused in the name of colour and religion,kids that grow up with more than one point of view are more tolerant and understanding,and lets face it make the world a more interesting place.
@ladygator (3469)
• United States
17 Dec 06
I dont think that theres anything wrong with that we are a white/black family. Also I think that this is a big part of mind yer own business if you dont like it, its not your life.
@mssmith007 (1029)
• United States
16 Dec 06
I agree with mixed races... I'm multi-racial. I believe that eventually, mixed races will be the "new race." Mixing races will even help eliminate racism... we will all be the same! :)
@Jshean20 (14367)
• Canada
20 Oct 06
Whoever you fall in love with is who you belong with. I agree with the other responses stating that it's wrong for someone to choose a relationship with a person of a different race primarily for the sake of having a mixed child. I'm caucasian and my boyfriend is Korean, I was never in seek of someone of a specific background but I found him and fell in love with him so that's just how things turned out :)
• United States
31 Aug 06
Nothing wrong with mixed races. If you ask me, they make very pretty babies.
@aubry1 (268)
• United States
31 Aug 06
Everyone is mixed. People have no idea what is really in their family tree. I am white, german, scottish, cherokee indian and have some black ancestors. But I look like a white girl with dark hair. You would have to research the whole family and then you still wouldn't know for sure. Who has time for that.
@aubry1 (268)
• United States
31 Aug 06
For the women that just want to have a mixed baby because they think they will be cute then no that is wrong. I have three children they are white/black. I had my children because I was in love and what can be more right than that. I you restrict yourself to only one race then you might not ever find your true love. I would rather have love than color!
@niksan87 (212)
• Bulgaria
31 Aug 06
disagree :)) no way
@i_agree_but (1185)
• United Arab Emirates
31 Aug 06
Say 'Polaysian'
@lesnan (538)
• United States
17 Aug 06
Awwwwww, the kids are adorable!
@lesnan (538)
• United States
17 Aug 06
I am 100% for it, as long as it's for the right reasons. Don't marry someone of a specific ethnicity just because you want children with certain ethnic traits. You just may not get what you want.
@rherdey (966)
• United States
17 Aug 06
All that counts is you and the family show her love and understanding. I dont think it matters. In the US as others have said we are mixed and some are really mixed. HA HA. That is a dorable picture of the children and beautiful child. She will grow with great respect for the human race no matter what she is..
@sedel1027 (17854)
• United States
17 Aug 06
Nothing worng with being mixed races. Being from the US where just about everyone is mixed, I am Italian, French and Irish. My son is all of the above plus German. My fiance is Italian Irish.