Dating myths about interracial dating
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Oh no, plenty of other monsters and demons have cornered the market on that. They will appear to you as a breathtakingly beautiful woman or handsome man. Nowadays, these are generally referred to as incubus (always male) and succubus (always female).
Some stories actually make them a breed of vampires, since they function similarly (vampires feed on blood for sustenance, incubi/succubi feed on sex), but they are almost always evil. See, Old Scratch wants kids but can't produce human seed, so he becomes a succubus, receives some sperm from a guy, turns into an incubus, and passes it on to a woman.
How this transmits satanic genes is a question not addressed as the theory was invented before Mendel's time, never mind Rosalind Franklin's.
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This is likely because discussions of race in general still are based on a black-white paradigm…