Think about it.. If the white mother had been with a white man, then the biracial would have came out as white.
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It doesn't matter which one is black or white, but the genetics of the individuals. A Dark skin black lady and say a very fair skinned white guy have a higher chance of lighter skinned baby than say a dark skin black guy and like an olive/tan skin white lady.0
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This is literally impossible to determine biologically or otherwise. Theyre just as black either way and why does it matter? Also why are you referring to biracial people as "biracials". This is kinda racist honestly.
"If the white mother had been with a white man, then the biracial would come out as white"
And if the black mother had been with a black man, the baby wouldn't be a biracial person either. It would be a monoracial black person. What's your point? Biologically speaking, both parents' DNA goes to the embryo. That's like saying "well if Kelly's mom had her with a different dad, her mom would still be her mom, but her dad would be different. And she would be different". That's true. Pretty obvious actually. And why does this matter so much?0