- A woman has taken to Facebook to show love to her 'sister from another mister'
- Christelle Klynkie Du Plessis showed love to her 'brown' sister on social media
- Users on Facebook reacted to the post saying the world needed more people like them
A woman has shared a photo on Facebook celebrating her 'brown' sister. The woman posted a picture with her sister, detailing how they are part of each other's lives.
The woman, whose name is Christelle Klynkie Du Plessis, said to her colour doesn't matter. She says she never understand why African people were called 'black' because they are brown. She said she doesn't see herself as white but rather 'beige'.
Du Plessis said colour doesn't matter about her sister being 'brown', they are still sisters as she doesn't see colour.
She tagged her sister Khanyisile Maseko, showing affection and saying she loves her. Du Plessis also added the hastag #colourblind to her post.
Du Plessis said she was one of only three 'beige' kids at her school. People on Facebook reacted with love to the post and complimented the two beautiful sisters.
"Love it, let's call ourselves something new and act new, shades of beige and brown."
"This is what I love about our small town Mafikeng, we are not for skin colour."
"If we could have more people like you; the world will be a MUCH BETTER PLACE TO LIVE IN."
"Love this girl's attitude. You go girl."
Michelle Tintswalo Pikanisi:
"Y'all even look alike. Beautiful!"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that a woman by the name of Taryn du Preez took to social media to share pictures of her beautiful family in the group I'm Staying. Du Preez shared pictures of her husband and daughter, whom they adopted several years previously.
She said she and her husband had agreed that they would not have more children as they already had three but she fell in love with the little girl while volunteering at an orphanage six-and-a-half-years before.
The husband is also besotted with their beautiful baby girl and they have an unbreakable bond.
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