Few days ago I briefly glossed over the interesting topic of how having children in an interracial marriage almost guarantees giving birth to very beautiful kids (https://italpinoy1967.com/2020/01/01/the-beauty-of-racial-diversity-in-an-interracial-marriage-interbreeding/)
The picture above shows that “averaging faces (blending/unifying them) makes them more attractive to the human eye. Now imagine if we did a meta-average of all the ethnicities into one face” (https://www.actualized.org/insights/racial-unity), that would certainly produce outstanding results.
The Philippines is one of those countries where plenty of sons and daughters of mixed race couples are rather beautiful and some are rich and famous.
Here are few examples:
An Italian-Filipino couple I know moved to the Philippines for good and they gave birth to Giulia who, in her early ’20s, entered a few beauty pageants in Iloilo (Central Philippines).
My Filipina wife and I don’t have children of our own (I’ve got a stepson) but the dog we took in 8 years ago became a lot more beautiful than it was when it first came into our life, due (I suppose) to the multiethnic environment in which it was raised….lol
Seriously, I know so many mixed couples that have amazing kids, which tells me that it is indeed in the best interests (at very least from a strictly selfish point of view) of mankind to promote interracial marriages and interbreed.
Apart from Western-Filipino couples, I know several other mixed couples that have super cute kids.
A couple of Finnish friends of mine (Janne and Ari) have Latin American wives (Janne’s wife is from Mexico and Ari’s is from Peru) and, sure enough, they both have amazing kids. I saw Ari’s sons when they were very small so I can’t quite tell how they look like now but I have seen Janne’s son Alejandro and his daughter Isabela and they are incredibly cute.
Not only do children born to mixed-race couples become rather beautiful but they also have a gargantuan competitive advantage over their peers because they can speak more than one language.
Our stepson Mark can easily switch from Italian to Tagalog (as well as English) and viceversa, and our (former) dog Nikki would perk its ears no matter if we said “eating time”, “kain ka” or “si mangia”!
Yes, being in an interracial marriage consumes a lot of energy, it creates massive culture-shock and can cause a lot of upset, but it has its perks and one of its advantages is, without a doubt, the fact that a mixed-race couple can raise amazing kids! (as well as dogs apparently…)