Keywords: Mixed-Race marriages, mixed-race relationships, Mixed-race children, Mixed-race child, problems, obstacles, Interracial Adoptions, Transracial Adoptions, Interracial Marriage, Multiracial Family, Endogamy, Exogamy, Biracial Children, Heterosis, Biracial Heritage, DNA, Adoptions, Bi Racial, Black Adoption, Children, Divorce, DNA, Endogamy, Ethnicity, Interracial Family, Interracial Marriage, Marriages, Miscegenation, Mixed-Race, Problems, Race, Rate, Relationships, International Adoption Scam, International Adoption Racket, Evangelical Orphan Scam, Adoption Africa, Adoption China, Adoption India, etc. 14, 2011 As anyone familiar with the literature knows, mixed-race marriages and romantic relationships suffer many more problems than single-race marriages and romantic relationships.Interesting article from list: Biological Problems with Mixed-Race Families, Marriages, Relationships and Adoptions By A. For those familiar with human biodiversity (HBD) and sociobiology, this should come as no surprise.I know that concentrating on how my daughter looks is shallow.She is a person in her own right, not an accessory to me. I am now the mother of a 'black' child, even if she is more the hue of weak tea than espresso....the lighter parent), it is unsurprising that mixed-race children suffer more problems of identity and health.For instance, mixed-race people are less likely to survive organ transplants, especially bone marrow transplants.Steve Sailer writes: "Cavalli-Sforza's team compiled extraordinary tables depicting the "genetic distances" separating 2,000 different racial groups from each other.For example, assume the genetic distance between the English and the Danes is equal to 1.0.
On this scale, the Iranians would be 9 times more distant genetically from the English than the Danish, and the Japanese 59 times greater.
But choosing an English spouse over a Bantu, one yields a fitness gain of 92 percent....
The same applies in reverse order, so that a Bantu who chooses another Bantu instead of someone of English ethnicity has 92% more of his or her genes in offspring as a result.
An English Female and a Black (Bantu) Father: Using the genetic distance figures above, the distance even widens with a white-black relationship.
The English woman would be around 109 times more closely related to a Dane than to her black husband, and he would overwhelmingly be more closely related to his black co-ethnics than to his wife. Parents in mixed-race relationships are not only genetically dissimilar to each other but they also have a much greater genetic distance from potential mixed-race children than from same-race children.