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Who are biracial women?

Biracial women

Naomi Campbell

Famous biracial woman

Naomi Campbell is a British supermodel, film actress and singer of African-Jamaican and Chinese-Jamaican descent.

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Naomi Campbell has faced racism against herself and other black models in the fashion industry many times before (we all remember well the racist scandal that happened after the publication of Ulyana Sergeenko). But while society has fortunately become much more tolerant in recent years, the model admitted that she still has to deal with racial discrimination quite often.

Chrissy Teigen

Norwegian-Thai biracial woman

Christine Diane "Chrissy" Teigen is an American model, television presenter and writer. She made her debut in the annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2010.

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Chrissy Teigen's father Norwegian descent, and his mother of Thai – this is an unusual combination Chrissy and owes its striking appearance. Chrissy and her family moved around a lot, so the girl often changed schools and classes. Eventually, the family landed in Huntington Beach where young Chrissy was spotted by a photographer who suggested she try her hand at the camera. 2007-2009.

Halle Berry

Prettiest biracial woman

Halle Berry was born into a mixed family in Cleveland: her mother Judith Ann is white and her father Jerome Jesse Berry is African American. Her mother was a psychiatric nurse, while her father worked in the same institution before becoming a bus driver.

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Nationality: African American, German, Irish, English. The American actress was born to an African American father and a Caucasian mother.

Meghan Markle

Royal biracial woman

Judging by who foreign genealogists believe Markle's pedigree is run through, it was mostly through "getting the girls right". And not necessarily as a wife, but as a minion. Then bastards were born who had no rights to the throne or other lands.

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Meghan grew up in an international family: her mother was African American and her father white.

"Being at home in my hometown and school, I certainly didn't feel any slanted looks at me. My classmates treated me well. But still, I always wondered what race I belonged to.  I stood out in white society and in the company of African-Americans. The organisers of the countless auditions I went through at the beginning of my journey added fuel to the fire. In the ethnicity field, they marked "undefined".

Sharon Leal

Filipino and African American biracial woman

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Lil was born in Tucson, Arizona to a Filipino mother and an African American father. Her adoptive father Jesse Leal is a sergeant in the United States Air Force and an officer at Clark Air Force Base. He married Lil's mother in 1976 and adopted the girl. The actress' mother is a housewife who later married Elmer Manakil, father of Sharon's younger sister Christina.

Close friend of actress Yvonne Wright, a colleague on the TV series Guiding Light. Were in a local production of the musical Dreamgirls together.

Alicia Keys

Irish-Italian and African-American biracial woman

Alisha Ogello Cooke was born and raised in New York City, in a poor borough of Manhattan, the daughter of lawyer's assistant and actress Teresa Ogello and steward Craig Cooke. Alisha's mother is of Irish-Italian descent and her father is of African-American descent. 

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Alisha herself says she feels comfortable about her roots: "I grew up in New York and thank God I've never had to go through what's called 'You're not black enough, you're not white enough'. I never had to go through that. Sure, I've gone through prejudice and that's it. But I've never had to fight those two parts of me."

Devon Aoki

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Devon was born on 10 August 1982 in New York City to Hiroaki Aoki, a famous restaurateur of Japanese descent and his jeweller wife with English-German roots, Pamela Hillburger. Growing up in California, Aoki moved with her family to London and at 13 she was already trying her hand at modelling. Like many in her profession, Aoki eventually made it to the screen.

Kamala Harris

Politician & biracial woman

American lawyer and politician, 49th Vice-President of the United States since 20 January 2021. First woman, first black politician and first politician of Asian origin to hold the position of Vice-President in the history of the USA. Member of the US Democratic Party. 

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Mother is Shyamala Gopalan, an Indian-born biomedical researcher. Father is Donald J. Harris, an economics professor from Jamaica. 

Lisa Bonet

African-American and Jewish biracial woman

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Lisa Michelle Bonet was born in San Francisco on 16 November 1967. Her father Allen Bonet, an African-American, was an opera singer and left the family soon after the birth of his daughter. The future star was raised by her mother, Arlene Litman, an Ashkenazi Jewess who was a college music teacher.

Zoë Kravitz

Zoe Kravitz is an up-and-coming American singer, actress and model. She became famous for her role as a mutant named Angel in X-Men: First Class. Her roles in the anti-utopia Divergent and the thriller film Mad Max led to her immense success.

Zoe Kravitz was born in Los Angeles in a family of talented musician Lenny Kravitz and model Lisa Bonet. The girl's family was truly "stellar" in several generations. Zoe's grandmother on her father's side, Roxy Roker, was a famous black actress, and her husband Seymour Kravitz, an immigrant from the Ukrainian Jews, actively produced popular science films. The maternal grandfather of the future actress, Alain Bonet, was an opera singer, and only his wife was a humble teacher.


Spanish-Lebanese-Macedonian-Italian biracial woman

The singer's full name is Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll. In Latin it means "grateful" and in Hindi it means "goddess of light". She is considered the most successful of the Latin American artists, performing for both English-speaking and Spanish-speaking audiences. Concerts have been going on since her school days, belly dancing has been Shakira's most striking feature. 

The singer was born on 2 February 1977 in Barranquilla, Colombia. On her father's side her ancestors are from Lebanon, and on her mother's side – relatives from Italy and Spain (Castilians and Catalans).

Her mother (Nidia Ripoll) is half Italian and half Spanish. Her father (William Mebarak Shadid) is of both Macedonian and Lebanese descent. Thus, singer Shakira has absorbed all the diversity of the above-mentioned peoples and is a carrier of several cultures at the same time, namely: 

  • Spanish; 
  • Lebanese; 
  • Macedonian; 
  • Italian.


African American, Scottish and German biracial woman

"There is literally a chronology of family history in my name," says Zendaya.

Of course, the girl is referring to her full name, which sounds like Zendaya Marie Stermer Coleman. She was born to African American Kazembe Ajamu (birth name Samuel David Coleman) and a white American woman of German and Scottish roots, Claire Marie Steermer. Zendaya is a modification of the word tendai, which means "to give thanks" in the African Shona language. Marie is a middle name from her mother and is, according to Zendaya, French. Stermer refers to the family's German roots, but Coleman is the girl's American surname.

Amandla Stenberg

Danish and South African biracial woman

Amandla Stenberg is an American actress who began acting in commercials at a young age. She became a major figure in the film The Hunger Games (2012): a small role, but crucial to the plot. She is also known as an activist: she often speaks out about what is going on in the world publicly and is involved in charity projects.

Amandla Stenberg was born in Los Angeles on October 23, 1998. On her father's side, she has two older sisters. Amandla is a South African dialect that translates to "strength".

Stenberg grew up in a cosmopolitan family which left its mark on her perception of the world. Since her father Tom is white and of Danish descent and one of her sisters has Asian features, they were often not accepted by strangers as family. This used to frustrate Amandla as a child, and she would get into discussions and arguments about it at school.

Tracee Ellis Ross

Jewish and African-American biracial woman

She was born as one of the five children of legendary singer Diana Ross and music manager Ellis Silberstein on 29 October 1972 in Los Angeles. Tracey has African-American and Jewish roots. When she was five years old her parents divorced. Growing up in a creative family, the girl showed an interest in art and fashion.

Rashida Jones

African-American and Welsh biracial woman

Jones was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of actress Peggy Lipton and musician Quincy Jones. She is the younger sister of model Kidada Jones and half-sister to five other siblings from her father's other relationships. Her father is of African-American English and Welsh descent (with Tikar roots) and her mother is Ashkenazi Jewish (a descendant of Jewish immigrants from Russia and Latvia).

Naomi Scott

Indian and English biracial woman

The new Aladdin, which didn't make a triumphant but successful start at the global and Russian box office, has officially lit up the star of English woman Naomi Scott, who plays Princess Jasmine. 

The daughter of pastors of English and Indian descent, Naomi Scott played in school musicals and chose between careers as an actress and singer. 

Mariah Carey

Venezuelan, Irish and African biracial woman

American singer, songwriter, music producer, actress and philanthropist. In 1990, under the direction of the executive director of the Columbia Records label, released Mariah Carey's debut album, which went nine times platinum status. The future star was born in 1970. The girl's nationality is very difficult to determine: her father is Venezuelan of African descent and her mother is Irish-American.

Maya Rudolph

Lithuanian, Russian and Japanese biracial woman

American actress, comedienne and singer. Rudolph gained her initial fame as a member of the alternative rock band The Rentals before joining the improv troupe The Groundlings. 

The future film star was born July 27, 1972 in Gainesville (Florida) and grew up with her older brother Mark in Los Angeles. Their mother, African-American Minnie Riperton, was a soul singer and songwriter and passed away from breast cancer shortly before her daughter's 7th birthday. Her father, composer and music producer Richard Rudolph, is Jewish with Lithuanian and Russian roots. He has been married to jazz singer Kimiko Kasai since 1990 and lives in Santa Monica and Tokyo.

Yara Shahidi

Iranian, Indian and African biracial woman

The future actress was born on 10 February of the last year of the second millennium in Minneapolis, the largest city in the North American state of Minnesota. In the veins of the girl, whose name in Persian (Yaria) means "friend", the blood of different nationalities pulsates.

The father of Yara and the actress' two younger brothers, Afshin, is of Iranian descent. Keri Salter's mother has African and Indian ancestry. In the Black Continent, Yara's great-grandfathers belonged to the Yoruba and Fulbe peoples. In North America, the ancestors of the young star were Choctaw Indians, whose membership now stands at 160 thousand people. The Choctaw language was used as a natural code by US radio operators during World War I.

Lauren London

Jewish and African-American biracial woman

Lauren Nicole London was born on 5 December 1984 in Los Angeles County to a Jewish and an African-American mother. She is an American actress, model and television presenter. Beginning her career in music videos before moving into film and television, London has earned recognition and fame for her role as Erin.

Kimora Lee Simmons

Japanese, Korean and African-American biracial woman

Kimora Lee was born in St Louis, Missouri, in 1975. The first thing that catches her eye is her exotic looks, of course, because Kimora is a real ethnic cocktail. Her mother is half-Japanese, half-Korean and her father is African-American. Kimora inherited her mother's strikingly beautiful Asian features and her father's tall stature. 

Jasmine Guy

Portuguese and American biracial woman

Her father, William Guy, was dark-skinned and served as a pastor in a Baptist church. Her mother, Jay Rudolph, was white and of Portuguese descent. Jasmin grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, where she graduated from North Atlanta High School. In her youth, she was friends with famed rapper Tupac Shakur, who was shot and killed in 1980.

At present, the actress still enjoys a warm, friendly relationship with Tupac's mother. They often call each other and see each other from time to time. In 1981, Jasmine Guy moved to New York where she enrolled at the American Alvin Ailey Dance Center. There she began to learn the intricacies of acting.

Shay Mitchell

Canadian, Scottish, Irish and Philippine biracial woman

Shay Mitchell is an exotic-looking Canadian actress who began her professional career as a model. A role in the TV series 'Pretty Little Liars' changed Shay's life dramatically – she became a screen star not only in her home country, but also far beyond.

Shannon Ashley Mitchell was born in the Canadian city of Mississauga, part of the Greater Toronto Area. Her parents worked in finance, her father, Mark Mitchell, has Scottish-Irish roots and her mother, Preciatus Garcia, is a native of the Philippines. Thanks to such a bizarre mix of blood Shannon boasts a spectacular exotic looks and natural grace. Though at first, the girl was long shy of her swarthy skin and peculiar cut of eyes.

Kat Graham

Liberian, Polish and Jewish biracial woman

Kat was born on 5 September 1989 in Geneva, Switzerland to a journalist of Liberian origin, the son of a Liberian ambassador to the UN and a Polish Jewish woman. After some time, the Grahams moved to the United States. The girl attended a Jewish school, played sports, music, choreographed and acted in school plays. She even formed a musical group which performed songs written by her. In addition, the child with exceptional ability has mastered Polish, Spanish, French and Hebrew.


African and Korean biracial woman

Ameri, a Korean-African beauty, burst onto the charts three years ago with her first album "All I Have", featuring the smash hit "Why Don't We Fall In Love". The album achieved "gold" status, and today, after two successful world tours, Amery's new record "Touch" can safely be called one of the most anticipated R&B releases of the season.

Olivia Munn

German, English, Irish and Asian biracial woman

Olivia Munn is an Asian American actress best known for her roles in Super Mike and X-Men: Apocalypse. Before opting for cinema, she tried her hand at journalism and modelling.

Lisa Olivia Munn was born in Oklahoma City on July 3, 1980. On the part of her father, William Barrett Mann, the girl has German, English and Irish roots. Kimberly Schmidt's mother's descendants were from China, and Kimberly herself grew up in Vietnam. Mann was quickly divorced and Olivia soon had an American military stepfather.


African-American and Italian biracial woman

This young singer is being talked about as a new generation voice: she is a unique phenomenon, combining the glamour of pop culture with the protest of street art. But Halsey herself says she hasn't done anything remarkable yet, and the tattoo on her arm in the form of a match will be "lit" only after she writes her main song.

Holzie was born in the small town of Edison, New Jersey on September 29th 1994. The girl has Italian and African-American roots. She is the eldest child in the family of Christopher and Nicole Frangipani and has two younger brothers Dante and Sevian. Her father is the manager of a small car dealership and her mother worked in a local hospital.

Aubrey Plaza

Irish and Puerto Rican biracial woman

Born in Wilmington, Delaware. Her mother has Irish and English roots and her father is Puerto Rican. He works as a financial consultant and her mother is a lawyer. Her parents named their daughter after the song "Aubrey" by the band Bread. Aubrey has two younger sisters, Renee and Natalie, the latter of whom was the inspiration for the character of April Ludgate, whose role Plaza plays in the series Parks and Recreation.

Nicole Scherzinger

Hawaiian, Samoan and Ukrainian biracial woman

Nicole Scherzinger is an American pop singer, the lead singer of The Pussycat Dolls, a band popular at the turn of the 90s and 2000s. She writes her own lyrics and music, dances beautifully and poses for glossy publications. She has appeared in several movies: People in Black, Chasing Papi, Dirty Dancing and has appeared in soap operas, the most popular of which is How I Met Your Mother, a sitcom where Nicole got a cameo appearance as Jessica Glitter.

Nicole Praskovya Elikolani Valiente Scherzinger (that is her full name) was born in summer 1978 to Filipino Alfonso Valiente and Rosemary Elikolani, who is half Ukrainian, half Hawaiian and half Samoan. Her parents were living in Honolulu at the time and mother Nicole had just turned eighteen.

Why are biracial women considered more beautiful?

Who is to say that mixed-race girls are the prettiest? What we call beautiful is subjective, it all depends on societal standards. For example, in some Western countries, white European facial aesthetics are considered the pinnacle of beauty. America presents white people as the most beautiful, which can undoubtedly influence other people's self-esteem and preferences. 

A doll test was conducted where African-American children were shown two girls: a black girl and a white girl. Most of the children preferred the European girl to the African American girl. And this fact can't help but be disheartening.

The right proportions of facial features

Medical studies have been conducted to determine those very "ideal" proportions of the face and, omitting ethnicity, the more it is proportionate and the more balance it has, the more attractive a person's appearance is perceived to be.

As far as mixed race, biracial women (or multiracial) are concerned, we must first take into consideration that racial classifications are socially divided. What defines a person as belonging to one of the races depends on the society in which they grew up. For example, in the United States of America there is the one drop rule (a person of African descent automatically becomes black) and in Brazil there are a number of variations of race (e.g. Branco, Pardo, Preto, Amarelo). This leads to different racial classification schemes when it comes to who belongs to which race and who should be defined as mixed race. 

Halle Berry vs Gabrielle Union

Halle Berry has been named the most attractive girl in the world. Her father is black and her mother is white. She is considered to be of mixed race. But calling her the most beautiful woman is objective or subjective? When you say that people of mixed race are more charming or more attractive, would that mean that they are actually more beautiful than people of the same race? Is Halle Berry's appearance really better than, for example, Gabrielle Union's appearance?

I don't think anyone can say with certainty which one is less or more attractive. It all depends on each person and their preferences. But in my opinion, they are both beautiful. The idea that mixed-race girls are prettier, in my opinion, is caused by an attempt to bring back outdated racist ideals of beauty. White people in the South believed that being of European descent not only made them more attractive, but also smarter. 

If you accept this racist theory, then you believe that being of European descent makes African Americans more beautiful because they have the European gene in them and they are aesthetically more similar to white people. This racist concept has greatly influenced show business and the entertainment world in general. Many people believe that African-American actors with lighter skin get more roles in movies and TV, have more success in modeling and receive much more approval in general because they are genetically European and look like white people.

"What's it like to date a white guy if you're a black girl?" Are there differences between black guys and white guys?

South Africans are not just left with the issue of gender relations, but specifically race relations. Such issues are very common on the forums here and are discussed passionately and not always intelligently, as is the case on all forms. 

"As a freshman in college, I dated a guy named Kyle who lived a few miles away from me. Kyle's stepfather and half of his siblings were either black or mixed. He grew up with them together in Florida. He moved to live with his biological white father while in college. One day we went to our last class together and then decided to go for a drive. After that we became really close. When we started dating, we sometimes got stares. Black guys, who usually ignored me since I was a nerdy, virgin bookworm, suddenly started flirting with me and right next to Kyle saying things like, "You need a real man. A black man. Come with me. He can't do what I can do." I'd look at them like they were idiots and walk away with Kyle."

"Every person is different, regardless of their race. I've dated mostly black men, but there have been a few white men as well. I'm a black woman. Every man was different. While black men and white men may have different manners and experiences that depend on race, they each had their own way of relating to me. My husband is white. I married him because he is very loving. He is kind to me every single day. It's just the way he is. It's not because he's white. In hindsight, the 2 biggest jerks I've ever dated were also white. It's not about race, it's about the man himself. "

"Prepare to be treated like a princess. Prepare for monogamy, kindness, loyalty and romance. The benefits of dating white men are limitless. Yes, some of them are crazy, so you need to check out any man you date. But the white community has produced many wonderful men who will make great husbands and fathers. So any smart business man will tell you: look at the numbers. If you go to a casino, with a few token exceptions, the establishment always wins. In this country, white men are equated with "casino house". Betting against white men is just a huge gamble. Statistically, they are the most likely to be winners."

But there are also people who find members of mixed race more attractive than members of the 'pure' race and therefore more beautiful than whites. In conclusion it must be said that there is no scientific proof that the mixed race is more beautiful. Standards of beauty vary and may be different in different cultures and countries.


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