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AStarIsBorn21

Has anyone else notice that the pairing of a white guy and a biracial (black and white)/“light skinned” girl shows up A LOT in movies, escpecially recent ones? I can’t help but notice them in recent films (especially Marvel ones... Homecoming, Ragnorock, GOTG) and it’s just so random to me. Is there any exact reason to this pairing, that I don’t know about? Also I’m not trying to flamebait, or seem hateful, I have no problem with biracial relationships or whatever it’s just so weird it seems to be primarily this exact pairing when biracial couples show up in movies. 

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AStarIsBorn21
6 minutes ago, Pablo said:

Why is it so random?

Because, first generation princess, it’s not even the most common of biracial couples in America, and it seems to occurs in the movies a lot compared to other biracial couples portrayed. :D Just found it interesting and wanted to know if anyone else has noticed it.

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Satans Ex Wife

It's just appealing to a slightly different straight white male fantasy :green: 

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Antonoff

I'm glad all those black females are getting the roles they deserve after all these years :golfclap:

... and now i just sit in silence.

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Pablo
1 hour ago, AStarIsBorn21 said:

Because, first generation princess, it’s not even the most common of biracial couples in America, and it seems to occurs in the movies a lot compared to other biracial couples portrayed. :D Just found it interesting and wanted to know if anyone else has noticed it.

I think they want to keep their male talent white so they add diversity in their counterpart

 

But main male characters is too overdone 

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thwip

I think complaining about lack of diversity in film and now complaining about the diversity in film...is ridiculous tbh. 

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