If I have kids with a half Puerto Rican man would they be considered mixed?
He’s half Puerto Rican and half white and I’m white
- reme_1Lv 73 weeks ago
Yes they would be considered mixed.
- Big MamaLv 63 weeks ago
We're all mixed since our parents aren't/weren't clones. If your kids inherit traits that are rare among people of European descent (such as Afro-textured hair or very dark skin) they'll be more likely to be considered mixed by strangers.
- Robin WLv 73 weeks ago
The Puerto Ricans that are descended from Spanish colonists are white. Speaking Spanish as a first language does not make someone not white.
- WOOWHOLv 73 weeks ago
My UNCLE moved to PR with his wife and their KIDS were born there by terms the children are PUERTO RICAN ... but not HISPANIC they are AMERICANS Gary was in the army stationed in GERMANY ... his wife went into labor off base and the kids Born in a German hospital term wise the child is German JOE has a dark skin color his wife does also and they gave birth to 3 children in NEW JERSEY they are termed "AMERICAN " a RUSSIAN women is on a VISA to the USA .. gives BIRTH her kid is termed AMERICAN the question is CONSIDERED BY WHOM .... ALL of human PROCREATION is MIXED a sperm and egg transaction ..... there are many SHADES of SKIN ... other parts of human life are CULTURE and relationships
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- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Only if his Puerto Rican side wasn’t fully white
ahh, who am I kidding, there’s no such thing as a white Puerto Rican.
- choko_canyonLv 74 weeks ago
Yes, that would qualify as mixed, but who the hell cares?
- CogitoLv 74 weeks ago
I see so many questions like this on this site.
What does it matter? Why do people get so fixated about labeling themseves and others according to race or colour?
If you have children with any man you love, they'll just be your lovely children.
- Crim LiarLv 74 weeks ago
The bigger question is: Under current discriminatory US voting laws would they even be eligible for half a vote?
- tentofieldLv 74 weeks ago
Puerto Rican is a nationality not a skin colour. As no skin colours in humans can be defined, if you want to call anyone "white" there is no reason for anyone to disagree with you.
- LeeLv 44 weeks ago
Yes do the fraction. Assuming your respective grandparents have the ethnicity to justify the half and half and your whole, then your children are naturally 1/4 Puerto Rican. Not that it matters since you’ll not have reason to declare ethnicity except for interest. (Assuming you live in a reasonable country)