*Warning: ignorant, yet curious and hopefully-not-offensive post ahoy, true question is in bold.* Hey, I hope I don't sound like an insensitive jerk when I make this topic. It was inspired by a dream I had where a black family adopted a white kid and I thought, 'I just found some brand new characters!' Then it got me thinking. What is it like for children of interracial adoption? I'm not just talking about white-black, but basically a family of one race/ethnicity adopting a child of another race/ethnicity. Depending on the area, does the child have to face some sort of discrimination/prejudice because he/she is of a different ethnicity? Does it have any impact on the child's psychology? I'm aware that it's like any other adoption, I'm just curious if a child of an interracial adoption might have to put up with pre-conceived bigotry toward his/her own ethnicity, or perhaps the bigotry toward his/her parents' ethnicity. I'm sure I should've worded it better, and sorry if I sounded like an insensitive jerk. I'm just curious and if it helps, I am wholly ignorant on the adoption thing period. Again, sorry if I sounded like a prick.