I'm a product of "bi-racial relationships" I guess you could say.
I almost feel like I have no "race". I associate myself most with African American culture.. Only because my fathers side of the family is predominately Afican American and they are the most involved family members I have... And even within them there is native american both in my bloodline and in my family through marriage. Also there is hispanic family members who've married in and given me half hispanic cousins.
It all kind of melts together and becomes a sort of hodge podge. Yet, my family is still rich in culture and tradition. So it's not like getting mixed up made anyone lose sight of cultural appreciation. Its just that instead of having some specific racial pride... I have pride in my hodge- podgeness. Im all mixed up and wouldn't have it any other way. (Even though it CAN be really hard when it comes to being accepted)
All in all I would have to say I am (obviously) in favor of mixin' up the love. Take love however you can get it.