An 18th-century creole slaveholder invented the idea of ‘racial prejudice’ to defend diversity among a slave-owning elite
In 1791, Julien Raimond published one of the first critiques of racial prejudice. Raimond was a free man of racially mixed ancestry ….
Why do they blame society for their parents’ mistakes? They’re upset their genophilia has no outlet.
Your parents didn’t want you to belong, why does this always make sense when you know who?
Liking someone or disliking them is freedom of association (and affection).
No law can mandate it, as a matter of conscience.