1.Â To show me unconditional love. My father was a strict and stern man, but he always let me know that I would always be loved by him no matter what I did.Â I was always secure in this, and never questioned if I would be accepted in my home. 2.Â To be a friend.Â [...]
â€œ[Christelyn is] a mother of four childrenâ€“three of them biracialâ€“and has been married to her husband, Michael, (who just happens to be white) for eight happy, hectic years.â€ Hmmm. Now why would she need to profess to the world that three of her four children are biracial, and her husband is white?
Here is my comment from this post. I guess I should really thank these people for martyring me. Anyone in their right mind can see through this. Here’s the problem with your arguement about me and my husband (by the way, is so low a blow that I can’t even tell you) his ancestry did [...]