She's just like any other human being.Why must we treat her differently just because of her race?
Born in 1900,Daphnae Maraid was raised in a strict Aryan family who had raised her very harshly.Her father,Alexios,was a supremacist and believed that the Aryan race was superior to the other races.However, her mother,Myrinne,had disagreed with her husband greatly but refused to speak out.
I'm sorry but Daphnae is not allowed to see you anymore.
Yes I understand but it's just really unfair.
Influenced by her mother,Daphnae had tried to befriend everyone despite of their races.In fact,her best and only friend in school was a Jewish girl named Maya.Even with the race difference,they had become the best of friends.She also did try very hard to hide their relationship from her father.
How would you like to be the husband to my daughter?
I sure could make some money from this old hag hmm.
Even though Daphane had tried her hardest to hide her friendship with Maya from her father,he had found out and had punished Daphnae severely.She was not allowed to go out with Maya anymore and if she was to be seen hanging out with her,she was to be kicked out of the house.This had resulted in Daphnae despising her father.
1921:An Undesired Event
Yes of course
Do you sir take Daphnae as your wife?
Even though Daphnae did not want to separate from Maya,she was forced to as she did not want to live in the streets.However,her mother had understood her situation and decided to help her cope by sending letters to Maya every week to and fro.
Since Daphnae was caught with Maya,a Jewish girl,her father had went out of his way to get someone to set her mind straight.He went and looked for someone who had a similar mindset to himself,that Aryans were the superior race and Jews were a waste of space.Eventually he had found the perfect match.
Of course I would be honored to marry your daughter sir!
It was an uneventful day for everyone except for Alexios.Suprisingly,Daphnae did not complain to having an arranged marriage to someone that she had never met as she knew that if she were to object,her father would have punished her severely so she just went along with it.