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If I married a white guy being a non white girl, would I face more overt bigotry from his mom or his dad? Why?

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ManiF 
Asked at 2011.04.26 20:15:22
Which of his parents would be more opnly racist to my face and why? His mom or his dad, if I married a white guy? Also, would I face more acceptance from a white mother in law, being a non white female, or a black mother in law, comparitively? Would't the black mother in law accept me more? They know about racism and understand oppression more, so my guess is that a black mother in law would accept me and treat me like her own daughter, but a white one likely wouldn't. What do you think? Why?
answer GrayPict  Answered at 2011.04.26 20:15:22
It would totally depend on if the parents were racist to begin with. From what I have observed your mother would be more accepting, but it has nothing to do with an understanding of racism and oppression, It has to do with your happiness. I wouldn't be so concerned with in-laws as I would be with the general public these days, I am seeing more racism directed toward mixed couples today than I did back in the 60's
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