When Amanda and Michael Biggs’s twins were born by artificial insemination, they had already been married for more than ten years and were from Birmingham, England. Although Aмanda hoped to have mixed-race children because she is white and her husband Michael is of Jamaiᴄan origin, they were not prepared for this eventuality.
Marcia Millie Madge and Millie Marcia Madge Biggs were born on July 3, 2006. From the beginning, their personalities were markedly different. While her sister was a bit more upbeat and friendly, Millie was shy.
However, its nature was not the only thing that “varied significantly.” It wasn’t until a few months later that they realized that the ƄeƄés had completely different skin tones at birth. Marcia’s sister had significantly darker skin, while her sister’s scalp and complexion were lighter. Even their kindergarten teachers “didn’t want to accept that they were sisters,” she recalled the mother about how, as the girls got older, many people questioned if they were really related.
Cases of girls are extremely rare, but not impossible. According to Amanda, her children are a “miracle in a million. Despite the initial distrust, the mother affirms that she has received an overwhelmingly good response. He also claims that if some people have expressed interest in them, this is mostly out of curiosity.
The mother stated that she did not find RACISM when people question her daughters, just constant curiosity. Scientists argue that instead of having distinct and clearly defined categories, “race” is a much more socially defined term. The aᴄᴄidents of history have caused oƄserʋal distinctions between ʋary poƄlations. Meanwhile, Marcia and Millie, who are now adults, also claim to be RACIST. The father of the daughters affirms that the current situation is significantly better than in the past.
Another set of twins told a similar story in 2015. Lucy and Maria Aylmer, both natives of Gloucester, say that during their lives they have also had to answer numerous questions from skeptics. Maria, who was born with darker skin, remembers how she used to covet the lighter skin and straight hair of her brother when she was little. She absolutely doesn’t like her curly hair. And Lucy claimed that because of her pale skin tone, she was often called names at school, told that her parents had to adopt her from her, and ridiculed as a ghost.