Did I mention she's not identified with her white side of her genotype? Nope! Any threat of survival to her white side of her genotype? Nope! Because her black side of her genotype is under subjugation and in survival mode, instinct would tell her to try and prevent it from perishing.
Your statement had to do with how her genotype would pull her to African Americans, which I explained is unlikely given that she is more similar to her relatives than an abstract community of people.
Her "white" and "black" sides of her genotype are not at some kind of war, nor are any alleles contributed from her African American father going to suddenly cry out for other similar alleles and push her away from her family; that is not how genes work (environment could do this). The biological drive to reproduce and spread our genes doesn't care what color skin our parents had.
So are we saying that if you generally hang out with those that are not of your own race it makes you something less than what you should be?
The logic in this thread, or lack thereof, is mind boggling.
I think many are not arguing this is the case but that the perception may be that someone is an outsider based on who they hang around with, which I think is something we can all agree with. "not black enough" is fuging retarded imo, but perhaps "not fitting in with his black teammates" may be what is going on? I don't know, and frankly, I think this is all overblown and probably irrelevant.
Harvin has always been a headache for many reasons, and I'm not sure I'm ready to buy that he was causing a mutiny because his QB wasn't "black enough."
The primary instinct of every living things on earth is survival. That means doing everything possible to prevent from being the last one alive. That means extinction. The instinct to expand her genotype is much stronger than the love for her family.
Genotype, really? If she identified with her genotype first, she would most likely identify more with her family than the african american community at large, since her genotype will be more closely associated with her relatives than some random african americans in all likelihood, if genotype was all that matters. As other posters have highlighted, though, there is much more at play here than genoype.
The players may not dislike Wilson personally but get irritated with people in the media who likes him for his willingness to hang out white people exclusively. It may not be a question of being well spoken but the fact you willingly accept praise(from whites) for being 'well spoken'. Sometimes choosing to hang out with exclusively whites and receiving praise from them can irritate members of Wilson's racial community.
Sadly, some would accept and fight for an asshole like Brady than accept a 'good guy' like Wilson in this mostly black dominated sports.
do we know that Wilson "hangs out with white people exclusively"?