Howdy! On my post yesterday I began a tiny rant about how people treat interracial relationships since I’m a card-carrying member of the “I Love Outside of My Race” club. It’s a somewhat frustrating existence, and frankly it’s only because I’m way too damn observant for my own good. Sigh.
Strange, right? You see, in high school where most of the kids in attendance were African American, I was constantly accused of “acting white.” That term, to this day, baffles me when I think of its [loose] definition: Acting White: Essentially a non-white person who acts like a stereotypical Caucasian person regarding culture, speech and dress TheContinue reading “On How Attending a Predominantly White School Helped Me Get in Touch with My “Black Side””