From Ebony, dated September 9, 2014:
"A White father of a biracial son admits his fears for what happens when his child gets older and can no longer 'pass'"
"It’s a sickening thing to admit, but I hope he stays that way.""This conversation is part of the reason why, before my son was born, I hoped he’d be a girl. I’ve never been a black man in America, and I can’t tell him what it’s like. I do know that much of society is still terrified of black males. But I also know that my son’s blackness really only presents a danger to himself. The more he looks like his father, the safer he’s going to be."