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You are a girl who looks like the world," a friend once told me.I knew what she meant: My caramel-colored skin and curly hair, the product of a '70s-era marriage between a white Midwestern woman and a black Southern man, marked me as the living embodiment of the triumph of love at the time. And my biracial heritage gave me a vantage point to see the world from different perspectives.
When I was 30, I fell in love with — and married — a white man who was an aspiring rock star.
He wasn't rich and his career wasn't exactly father-approved.
Since Antonio had a hectic work schedule, text messages flew back and forth between us when we couldn't be together.
He was direct: Antonio was turning around my perception of Mexican guys, but I could still hear my father's voice.
And although I socialized and worked with white men, the romantic relationships I entered into with them were brief and unremarkable.