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Seriously, I cannot express enough how many times I have had this asked. I don't care if people are curious about my ethnicity. Just stop asking, 'What are you? Greek and Cuban. To which they say, "Really? You don't look it. Would you rather I had on a Spartan helmet to look Greek, or wore a guayabera while smoking a cigar to look Cuban? For the 'What race are you?

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I raised my hand and asked my teacher, 'But what if I'm more than one race? And if I understood those fraction lessons correctly, I was pretty sure I was equal parts of both races.

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That was one of those moments when I realized I was different. When I question that and answer no, it's almost always followed up with, 'Oh, how did your parents meet? I smiled and said I'd be sure to let my mom know.

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It's even more damaging when family say similar things, or when they say that other mixed Indian people 'aren't Indian. The discourse on mixed race needs to expand because the notion that mixed-race individuals are always half white is damaging — not just to the individual on their self-discovery journey but also to media representation, surveys deed to gather info on public services, medical research, and institutionally driven initiatives.

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I am a 'city Indian,' raised in Native culture, and am an enrolled member of my tribe. I don't have any proof or anything, but it's definitely true. Everyone asked the 'Are you adopted?

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Next time I'm going off: 'Aw, Aunt Karen, look at your pasty, veiny, see-through skin! Society sees me as Black. My 4C Afro is Black. My darker-than-porcelain skin is Black. My heritage is Black. But to some in the Black community, I am not Black enough. I recognize the privileges I receive having lighter skin when I am being compared with those who have darker skin than mine.

I am Black enough to be followed around the store. I am Black enough not to be 'brought home' to the family. Most people assume that my father is white and my mother is Asian because of preconceived notions that Asian women are sexualized as trophies desired by men of other races, and that Asian men are not masculine or sexually attractive enough for other races. Whenever I am around other Asians, I am seen as a white person; and when I am around other white people, I am seen as Asian. I feel as if I have half a foot in each door, but neither side will fully see me as part of them.

Are you sure? Like, yeah, you know what? I filter those ones out. I grew up in a predominantly white neighborhood, raised by my white mom. What I hate the most is when people say that I'm the whitest Black person they know. Just please stop. I'm bilingual, have always celebrated holidays and festivals on either side, and was raised with the two different cultures.

That's not the same thing as being two or more races, and I'm not sure why they can't see that. We have our own race, which is called 'whatever the fuck you think' because no one would believe what we told them we are. No one would ever believe that we're sisters because she looks Indonesian, and I looked like a mismatched version of white and Asian. Like, yo, this lady grew up in the US and cofounded our city's Beatles fan club back in the '60s as a teen. She worked as a secretary and in communications; she can definitely speak English better than her tiny 7-year-old grandchild.

Dealing with cocky, straight men trying to pick you up with some corny, exoticizing line is possibly the cringiest experience you can have as a multiracial woman.

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No wonder you're sexy ; ' So original, Trevor; you've got this one in the bag for sure!! People used to always say my mom was my nanny or some shit. It's sad, but I have my own identity and my own group of people, so I guess I'm better off. Then some people will get offended when I tell them that I'm not the race or ethnicity they assumed I was even if I do so in a nonconfrontational manner with a big smile on my face. They'll say something like, 'Why are you mad? Those other people are so beautiful,' or 'No need to be so sensitive, I was just asking.

When my family and I were in Korea, a lot of people wanted to take a picture with me or look at me. Only later did I realize that it was because I'm biracial. It's always made me feel a little bit weird. I'm closer with my Asian family, and I speak Chinese. However, I don't get why everyone feels the need to put me in a box e.

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Why can't I be both? I listened to punk in high school and got told that was my 'white side. I can't please any race ever. I was raised by my Japanese grandmother, and Japanese culture is the culture that I relate to the most. But people have made me feel uncomfortable and like a poser for celebrating my own heritage. I cannot stand it when people say I don't look like my parents, question my Swedish or African ancestry, or try to guess what I am. Yes, my dad is very pale and blonde. Yes, my mom is Black.

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That's why I don't look like just one race! So many rude-ass people approach her and ask her where she got her kids from. Finally she lost it and just started replying, 'My vagina,' really loudly while looking them dead in the eye. I've watched it happen and it's glorious. Warner Bros. Share This Article Facebook.

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