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Jan 10 2013, 01:39 PM
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Jan 10 2013, 01:09 PM
Jan 10 2013, 12:47 PM
Abe and Kayla interracial love story > Abby and Cameron interracial love story

Tell this story and tell it meaningfully, DAYS! Kayla brings it in all of her scenes, and they regularly don't give her much to work with.
Aren't Nick and Gabi and Sami and Rafe interacial? Or is it only considered interacial when it's black and white and then it becomes a issue? Ive' never once seen the matter of race brought up with Nabi or Safe.
Fair point. Though from an anthropological perspective, the concept of race is rather cloudy anyway. Many Latinos consider themselves caucasian. Many do not. I don't want to nerd out on you, and this probably isn't the place to discuss/debate this, so I won't but I understand where you're coming from. Though I don't think it was ever legally prohibited for non-Hispanic whites and Hispanic/Latino people people to marry, and it was for white and black people in some states until the mid-20th century, so that's probably why it's considered a marker of social progress to see black-white relationships portrayed with no controversy today. There is still a dearth of black-white relationships on TV today IMO. White-Latino relationships might be more common. The first one that immediately comes to mind is Jay and Gloria on Modern Family - but I don't know what the actual breakdown is in numbers.
Another thing that comes to mind with this is that I'm not sure Galen Gering identifies himself as Hispanic even though he portrays a Hispanic character on TV. I don't know enough about him but his heritage is Russian Jewish and Basque. Part of the Basque country is in Spain but I don't know if that would cause GG to consider himself Hispanic. Has he ever talked about it anywhere?
Edited by JessicaLeigh, Jan 10 2013, 01:44 PM.
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