By so racist - 25/6/2020 02:02

No, of course she's not…

Today, my mother burst into tears when I told her I was engaged. They were not tears of joy, however. She was crying because although she insists she’s "not" racist, she was crying because none of her grandchildren would be "pure." My fiancé is black. FML
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By  tounces7  |  26

What the hell kind of "Pure" was she even expecting them to be in the first place? Like literally nobody is 100% of anything any more. We're all mutts in one way or another.

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By  tounces7  |  26

What the hell kind of "Pure" was she even expecting them to be in the first place? Like literally nobody is 100% of anything any more. We're all mutts in one way or another.

By  Jaymail  |  13

I’ll bet your parents aren’t of the same nationality. So that’s a mixed marriage also! It’s just that where your fiancés ancestors are from the skin is darker.

By  Brightside86  |  16

That is kind of interesting. From here on out your family name and direct genetic line will be black and subject to all of the unfair: cultural, political, and criminal implications of being part of that particular group.

Of course the real kicker is what your doing is one of the better steps to help alleviate the real societal issue here. I think your mother just doesn't want her grand kids to be the ones to fight that battle.