why isn't transracial taken serious?
I was born a black man but I truly feel that I am white. when I tell people that they think im trolling or something when theres proof that transracial does exist with cases like Rachel dolazar and bhad bhabie. the reason people don't come out about it is because of the stigma that we hate ourselves and its not pushed to the for front like transgender is... but I don't get how we hate ourselves but when it comes to transgenders "theyre living their truth" .doesn't that apply to us too?.
if you gave everyone a truth serum you wouldn't believe how many people are transracial.
- AnonLv 41 month ago
First world problems.
- 1 month ago
Because it is not possible to be born to one race and label yourself otherwise. You people make a mockery of the LGBTQ+ community.
- Sasha WhitefurLv 71 month ago
Becuse you CAN'T change your Race, Race is Myth. The only race is HUMAN.
- John BoltonLv 41 month ago
This is a question I can't answer as a trans person fairly, because while it is virtually unanimously frowned upon, transracial really isn't much different to transgender. People should be allowed to present as they wish. I personally have no issue with Dolezal, apart from her lies about her ancestry. But she should be allowed to present as she wishes. Even if it is frowned upon.
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- reme_1Lv 71 month ago
In the US a drop of black blood labels you as black. Regretfully.
- TomLv 41 month ago
Because noone likes running across the street.
- Anonymous1 month ago
"why isn't transracial taken serious?"
Because it's not a real thing.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Well, many people are against transracial people due to the privileges and disadvantages of different races. One example of why people are against it is because they think white people just want to say the n-word, even though that person actually would feel aligned with the culture of a separate race. Another example of people being against transracial people is they think people of color want the privileges of white people, because a very large amount of society is unfortunately racist. Personally, I support anybody who decides to identify differently with race, gender, etc. However, anti-transracial people are often racist as well, so my guess is it is linked to racism.
- Not ApplicableLv 61 month ago
I know. There are more people who are transracial than we think. I suppose Ancestry.Com could confirm.