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Originally posted by BBpants BBpants wrote:

I used to say I was "colorblind" but I didn't know any better then. It's hard to be colorblind in a racist world like this. I rather see all the colors and the differences.

Your avi is VERY offensive!
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Seems the only answer BHM would have been satisfied* with was "i'll raise my biracial kids to identify as black"

*until someone woulda said "if u wanted black kids then u woulda had one with a black man,u cooning heaux!"
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naw zollah zolloh.  why what u're saying has some merit, however, i'm tellin' u that what she said was some mineral oil dipped 9 ether cooning with a 6 ether hope top spin.  
 
not that i'm tryna come for u or anything but...I mean is she even engaged to the guy to be talmbout any biracial kids she might have?  Nope.  She spoke like it was a forgone conclusion that her children will be biracial


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Originally posted by newdiva1 newdiva1 wrote:

naw zollah zolloh.  why what u're saying has some merit, however, i'm tellin' u that what she said was some mineral oil dipped 9 ether cooning with a 6 ether hope top spin.  
 
not that i'm tryna come for u or anything but...I mean is she even engaged to the guy to be talmbout any biracial kids she might have?  Nope.  She spoke like it was a forgone conclusion that her children will be biracial

What she said doesn't bother me because there's no answer she could have given that couldn't have elicited some reaction from someone. But I think some people use the term "colorblind" wrongly, they actually mean they will expose their kids to both cultures and not pick one over the other. To me "colorblind" means naivety about racial matters. Meh, I could be wrong about what Eve means but that's my interpretation.

And she was asked about her hypothetical children, she didn't just pop off about biracial kids from nowhere:
Originally posted by <strong>VIBE Vixen:</strong> VIBE Vixen: wrote:


Multi-ethnic families are common in Hollywood. Kim Kardashian recently talked about raising her biracial child to never see color. Also, Halle Berry said that she believes in the “one drop rule.” If you and Max have children, what will you teach them about race and their identity?
I don’t want them to see color. I never did. I grew up in the hood and my mother was very good at it not being a black thing, even though I grew up around all black people. I want them to want to know everything about all kinds of races. I’m a black woman and I love being a black woman. And I think my child should know that black part of themselves. But at the same time, their father would be white and I would want them to know that side of themselves. And British! That’s a whole other situation [Laughs].

 
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Originally posted by zolloh zolloh wrote:

Originally posted by newdiva1 newdiva1 wrote:

naw zollah zolloh.  why what u're saying has some merit, however, i'm tellin' u that what she said was some mineral oil dipped 9 ether cooning with a 6 ether hope top spin.  
 
not that i'm tryna come for u or anything but...I mean is she even engaged to the guy to be talmbout any biracial kids she might have?  Nope.  She spoke like it was a forgone conclusion that her children will be biracial

What she said doesn't bother me because there's no answer she could have given that couldn't have elicited some reaction from someone. But I think some people use the term "colorblind" wrongly, they actually mean they will expose their kids to both cultures and not pick one over the other. To me "colorblind" means naivety about racial matters. Meh, I could be wrong about what Eve means but that's my interpretation.

And she was asked about her hypothetical children, she didn't just pop off about biracial kids from nowhere:
Originally posted by <strong>VIBE Vixen:</strong> VIBE Vixen: wrote:


Multi-ethnic families are common in Hollywood. Kim Kardashian recently talked about raising her biracial child to never see color. Also, Halle Berry said that she believes in the “one drop rule.” If you and Max have children, what will you teach them about race and their identity?
I don’t want them to see color. I never did. I grew up in the hood and my mother was very good at it not being a black thing, even though I grew up around all black people. I want them to want to know everything about all kinds of races. I’m a black woman and I love being a black woman. And I think my child should know that black part of themselves. But at the same time, their father would be white and I would want them to know that side of themselves. And British! That’s a whole other situation [Laughs].

 
 
 
 
OIC.  I'm still picking up some overtones.  what I read did not read the same as what u posted.
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Originally posted by Carmensworld Carmensworld wrote:

Originally posted by BBpants BBpants wrote:

I used to say I was "colorblind" but I didn't know any better then. It's hard to be colorblind in a racist world like this. I rather see all the colors and the differences.

Your avi is VERY offensive!


lol bbpants will do what she wants, when she wants and she doesn't give a fuggLOL
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After reading the response I don't see an issue........
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Originally posted by f8dagrate f8dagrate wrote:

Originally posted by Carmensworld Carmensworld wrote:

Originally posted by BBpants BBpants wrote:

I used to say I was "colorblind" but I didn't know any better then. It's hard to be colorblind in a racist world like this. I rather see all the colors and the differences.

Your avi is VERY offensive!


lol bbpants will do what she wants, when she wants and she doesn't give a fuggLOL


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