Asked in MarriageTeen DatingBarack ObamaGlee (TV Series)
Glee (TV Series)
Who was the first biracial couple?
November 03, 2007 9:23AM
I am assuming you are talking about American Caucasians and African Americans. There is no answer to this question. As far back as the good old plantation days there was serious romantic affairs going on, but well hidden.
Asked in African-American History
Why when a biracial man is with a white woman they are considered an interrracial couple but with a black woman they are considered a black couple?
Because biracial (both black & white) men in America for the most part are treated for the most part as black men because majority of the time they look black so their are judged as black men. So when a Biracial (black/white) man is with a white woman, they are not seeing a biracial man with a white women, but a black man with a white women, so people label them as an interracial couple. On the other hand, when they are with a black woman, nobody sees the difference, since both are judged as black; they are considered a black couple, not an interracial couple.
Asked in Hair Loss and Treatment
Can biracial people have straight hair?
How many biracial celebrities are there?
Asked in Celebrities, Teen Dating, Barack Obama
If your grandfather is biracial then what are you?
Why don't all biracial people have long curly hair?
Asked in Barack Obama
What is Obama's racial makeup?
""Suppose Obama wants to identify himself as a "black." Should this be true, then it would be more correct to call him "the first U.S. president who is black by identification, but biracial by racial makeup." Conversely, suppose Obama wants to identify himself as a "white"; again, should this be true, it would be more correct to call him "the first U.S. president who is white by identification, but biracial by racial makeup." And, should Obama wants to identify himself as "mixed" (or "biracial"), then it would be more correct to call him "the first biracial, or mixed, U.S. president, both by identification and by racial makeup." In all these three possible cases, it is incorrect to simply call him "the first black U.S. president," for the reason that he is not, as explained above."" Dr. Peter Baofu
Asked in Japanese Language and Culture
Is a married Japanese woman and Caucasian man considered biracial?