Miscegenation is one of those topics that you just can’t bring up since it’s so controversial, and we don’t want to upset or offend our friends and family.
But more important than the uncomfortable feeling we get when speaking of such taboo subjects is the overall well-being our friends and family, and their offspring.
The physical and mental health of the children of these loved ones is more important than the fear of being called a xenophobe or a bigot.
In the politically correct zeitgeist of modern times, facts can appear racist and bigoted. Sometimes when we intend to help others, we just push them further away. So it’s important to be kind and gentle when discussing these seemingly outrageous facts about mixed relationships and the agony they ensue.
Why should we remain silent if the knowledge we hold can prevent needless pain and suffering? Should we not at least attempt to educate others to the deleterious effects of miscegenation?
What follows is a compilation of peer reviewed studies, real world examples, and lesser known facts concerning the mixing of the races.
Health and Behavior Risks of Adolescents with Mixed-Race Identity
Race-mixing leads to outbreeding depression & pairings of non-complementary traits. A massively well-funded study of over 100,000 schoolchildren found that “Adolescents who identify themselves as mixed race are at higher health and behavior risk than those of 1 race.” Indeed, even when controlling for education, socioeconomic status, and other factors, there is an across-the board higher rate of health risks amongst mixed race adolescents than mono-racial adolescents.