When your kids aren’t sure of how to self-identify. Children go through stages of self-identifying white or Asian," says Reddit user unreplicate. One kid is obviously of ambiguous ethnic heritage and the other is blond hair and blue-eyed ..."When he was young, my son was annoyed when my wife visited him during school lunch because his friends ’found out he had a white mother.’ Now, older, he is not much into Asian culture." your kids. I never thought I would have to explain to my daughter that she is really my daughter," says Reddit user gamerplays.
The reason was because those people worshipped idols, not because of race; the Hebrews, Amorites, Canaanites, etc. The apostle Paul encouraged Christians not to marry unbelievers (2 Corinthians ), but here again, the reason was religious, not racial.
Jesus and His apostles taught that we must respect and show compassion for all people of God's creation without regard to artificial distinctions like race and nationality.
"Usually only happens if we are just standing next to each other and not really talking.
If we are talking, they assume we work together." 8.
Like I know that Egyptian/Native is uncommon, but it was like the people asking that had never even seen people from the backgrounds they were guessing." 7.
When people hit on you or your significant other because they don’t think you’re a couple. people assume we are never together in lines, at bars, or social events (can’t tell you the amount of times men openly hit on me right next to my husband)," says Reddit user bflowyngz.
When you’re surprised by who accepts you as a couple and who doesn’t.
A white woman married to a South-Asian woman, Reddit user breakingupishard22, says, "The only thing that’s ever stood out to me is that people are always surprised that her Muslim parents are cooler with us than my white atheist parents.
One white man with a Hindu wife explains that "there’s a word in Tamil [her language] that literally translates to ’useless,’ but the Tamil word is often used colloquially to mean something closer to ’not currently needed,’" says Reddit user YWAK98alum.