In Anthropology, we are taught something different. Race is a public construct, not just a natural categorization of individual populations. To us, it is something developed and perceived by humans with only a cultural basis. Why do we think that? Well, we know that genetic makeup (genotype) goes by from population to some other without boundaries. There is no group that has genes that another does not. Rather, it is the frequency of the genes that diversify one group from another.
Also, there is absolutely no phenotype (the way we look) that exists in only one group. An indigenous of New Guinea, Central Africa, India, Australia, and an indigenous Agta (Philippines) can have virtually identical physical traits. Not surprisingly, race continues to be often declared a hurdle to mix in interracial associations. Just like the invention of race Just, the nagging problem is interpersonal.
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We allow it to be an obstacle through stereotypes, misinterpretations, misunderstandings, and concern with the unidentified. Some learn such lessons early, but like the story below testifies to─others learn when it’s too past due. 3. Don’t day interracial without thinking about the “Imagine if this becomes serious? Tale of the Dating Don’t: Perhaps out of all the tales, this is most tragic. A relative that I will call Sarah was attractive with a gorgeous body and a great personality.
The men of many races and cultures often contacted her. She began dating a young rookie police officer who I shall only refer to as “the rookie.” Both attractive and with a lot in keeping, the only difference between them was race. Since he worked well the night shift, nearly every day collectively they spent.
However, when they’d left his house to visit a movie for example, he’d chosen to take his law enforcement car rather than his private vehicle. Since there were rules about civilians sitting in the front seat, she sat in the relative back, appearing as though she was a suspect rather than his girlfriend.
In the beginning, being the special female she was, she was okay with it. As the partnership advanced, she grew dubious. In addition, she fulfilled any of his officer friends never. Whenever she questioned the problem of them only riding in his police car or the fact that she never met his coworkers, there was a justification always. After three years and regardless of the known fact that she loved him, Sarah was away completely fed up and walked. She was sure that her race was why she was kept from his coworkers, police functions, and why he had taken her out in his private vehicle never.