Talk:Mixed (United Kingdom ethnicity category)

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The United Kingdom's Office for National Statistics doesn't recognise the nonracialists (generic nonracialists, not necessarily South Africans); nonracialists = people whose racial self-identification is none[change source]

Aracialism/nonracialism here is generically used; not in the South African context. It's also not the race-adhering antiracism; it's aracialism-adhering antiracism.— Preceding unsigned comment added by 2A02:587:4F05:F800:30EB:D391:314A:E427 (talkcontribs) 20:26, 1 May 2022 (UTC)[reply]

The UK Government is discriminating against nonracialists (generic nonracialists, not necessarily South Africans).


Statistical genetics isn't identical/tautological to social labelling, neither a correct genetical description self-evidently imply ideological adherence to social labels of any sort (genetically descriptive or otherwise).

A person who doesn't want to declare his/her/their race, isn't necessarily a nonracialist.