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Hair success!

I have made a couple of posts dedicated to the issue of hair and felt like an update was well overdue.
I am pleased to say that at the moment, I feel like I have cracked it! 380 more words

Racial Discussions in a Mixed Race Household

“My husband is from India.” That’s what I tell people to distinguish the fact that he is Indian rather than Native American. When people first meet him, he is frequently asked “where are you from?” I always chuckle inside a little when he replies “Oh I’m from Jersey. 978 more words

Daily Life And Stories

Inter-racial dating is a great thing...

…the best part is, you know that if his or her parents hate you, it’s because they GENUINELY don’t like you.


Halfie-High Fives

I was never very good at maths. At school I was in tenth in my class (out of twelve), and at one point drove my brother to such frustration with my multiplication tables that he broke his own glasses. 491 more words


Indie-a-Sandra-Oh-Go #WindowHorses

The Fairy Princess likes to…you know…keep up with what’s happening in the world – yesterday it was the British East Asians and their remarkable video rebuttal to The Royal Shakespeare Company entitled… 820 more words


Dr. Rainbow Johnson: Tracee Ellis Ross and Mixed Race on Black-ish

Dr. Rainbow Johnson: Tracee Ellis Ross and Mixed Race on Black-ish

By Michelle May-Curry, Contributing Writer

Mixed race women. The tragic mulatta, the jezebel, the code-switcher, the new millennium mulatta, and the exceptional multiracial are terms and ideas that audiences subconsciously pull from to index mixed race identity. 1,002 more words