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yoair · 3 hours ago
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Anthropology: Growth of Multi Cultural and Ethnic Diversity in South Korea as a Result of Foreign Residents
Anthropology: Growth of Multi Cultural and Ethnic Diversity in South Korea as a Result of Foreign Residents
A Changing South Korea What’s the first country that comes to your mind when you hear the words “mixed race?” For most people, the United States is at the top of the list. The U.S. is famously referred to as “the melting pot” because people of various backgrounds, races, and ethnicities live there. In a country that is so racially diverse such as the U.S, it’s natural for there to a significant…
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mitsukisimp · 6 hours ago
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me: *is half asian half white*
people: so which one are you more of?
me: well i'm literally half and half, one parent is fully asian and one is fully white
people: yeah but which one are you more of?
me:
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dollyvampire · 11 hours ago
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Abbi tries to get Kou on his good side cause he would increase her views by a lot, so she invites him over one day to show him her stream setup and stuff, trying to nudge him that way to be a guest on one of her streams. While she's giving kou the tour Victoria walks in and just, unaopologetically blurs out "Is that the white twink you were talking about" abbi has to be all like "Haha my sister is such a bitch don't mind her haha <3"
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itonje · 13 hours ago
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where's that gif of the white woman screaming and breaking things that's white italian Americans when they have to talk to an italian person of color
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zab0tushka · 21 hours ago
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Je suis entrain de fumer une clope à ma fenêtre. Je me suis sentie seule hier soir. J'ai pensé à Paul et à quel point il était tout ce que j'attendais de quelqu'un mais faut croire que la vie veut autre chose pour moi. Depuis janvier je fréquente plusieurs personnes en même temps, et ça me va bien tant que je suis pas amoureuse (c'est drôle parce que je les appelle mes amoureux.ses) mais Paul c'était différent, j'aurais pu tomber amoureuse, mais il a choisi son exe. Alors je me retrouve avec ma peine. Pas parce que je peux pas l'aimer, mais parce que à cause d'elle je peux même pas le faire en silence et juste m'ennivrer de sa présence, même sous forme d'amitié. Pourquoi les gens n'acceptent pas qu'on puisse aimer la même personne qu'eux sans jamais rien tenter ? Je me perd, je crois que j'ai mal, mais Lez et Delta vont pas tarder.
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taliavoider · a day ago
I am biracial also, im a guy. Like you feel done with black men, i feel done with black women. Many of them will date any old white fellow just so they can have mixed kids with nice hair. Anyways, just wanted to say that, not trying to argue or anything. K bye
Somebody said, “Biracial men are colorist, too.” I feel like people think biracial men are black men. I don’t understand? Biracial men are mixed race men. You can’t be biracial and colorist against somebody who is monoracial. You can be biracial and ‘colorist’ against someone who is also biracial (with a different complexion than yours,) but there’s not cross association between being biracial and colorist unless you are simply anti-black, then that would be all across the board. That would be racist. Personally, I would date a mixed race person with a deeper complexion as long as I knew they had a racial mixture and that they openly identified as mixed race. I have no problem with blackness. The term “colorism” is monocultural, however, and it was developed in black communities. I don’t understand why that’s being applied to mixed race culture? If you are biracial and you are discriminative against somebody who is monoracial -because- they are monoracial, that’s not colorism, that’s anti mono raced; racism against mono-raced people. I don’t understand the confusion.
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vodkertonic · a day ago
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This Slate article by Elyse Martin on Shadow and Bone and the choice to present a mixed race arc blew me wide open.
It captures perfectly, in ways I have never been able to express before, the experience of growing up looking like you don't quite belong in a way that everyone can see, and everyone has an opinion on.
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zab0tushka · a day ago
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Tell my exes they are pierce of shit :)
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This isn’t like, specifically a fandom or media thing, but I’m kind of tired of the way people discuss (or often don’t discuss) multi-racial or multi-ethnic identities. Mixed people are literally so diverse and no two of us are going to have the exact same experiences. I remember once during class (I don’t remember what the exact topic or whatever was, but I think it was a writing class) we were discussing an article written about a mixed-race woman (I believe white/black) and everyone was just repeatedly referring to her as a black woman. And I didn’t say anything at the time because I was uncomfortable and I’m bad at speaking up for things that make me uncomfortable. But now I wish I had. Because maybe she thought of herself as a black woman, but none of us knew whether or not she did.
And like. I’m half-black, half-white, and I would be extremely uncomfortable if someone referred to me as a black woman. Because 1) I don’t look black. Straight-up, if you just looked at my face you would never assume I was black or part-black. I know because many people have guessed or assumed my race and they have never gotten it right. I am Ambiguously Brown. 2) I was raised by my mom, who’s white, and there are a lot of gaps in my knowledge of African-American history and culture (part of this is also a failure on the part of the American education system but what else is new). One of my friends and I (also a multi-racial woman, though not the same as me) used to joke that we were basic half-white bitches. No I would not be comfortable if someone who wasn’t a close friend, or if someone who wasn’t mixed, tried to do this with me. 3) Even if the first two weren’t true, I’m not black. I’m part black, and all aspects of my race are important to me, not just the ones that are most “obvious” to other people.
And that’s part of my biggest problem like this - people making assumptions about other mixed people’s experience with their identity. The first one that comes to mind is Keanu Reeves. I’ve definitely seen people make jokes about him being a popular unproblematic internet white guy - but he’s not white. He’s part white, part Chinese, part Hawaiian (his name is literally Hawaiian). And I can feel people rolling their eyes that it doesn’t matter or he still has privilege, so it doesn’t “count”. And I won’t deny that he may have privilege because of his appearance, but it is not your place to say that other people’s identity doesn’t count. You don’t live in other people’s brains, and you don’t know how he relates to his identity. You don’t know his experience. You don’t know how it’s affected him - or how assumptions like that affect him. This also goes for people on the opposite end of the spectrum, like my high school friend “Dimitri”, who was part black, part Native, and people typically assumed he was black. I wish now that we’d talked about this together - I don’t know how it affected him, but I do know how other people’s assumptions can affect you.
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autisticelk · 2 days ago
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on one hand as a native guy ,i would love to grow my hair out ,so my mom can braid my hair.... butttt on the other hand, i hate how heavy it feels on my skin because i have naturally thick fluffy hair.(and yes, it's also a native thing to have fuller hair then most white ppl do)
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tomas-nau-official · 2 days ago
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anti-lgbt propaganda/memes from ironmarch are legit hilarious and cringe
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goddessxylen · 2 days ago
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Remember that you’re always beneath me. Remember you never get to talk to pretty girls for free. Now go fetch your leash, open your wallets, and let’s get to work 😈
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Normalise diversity
I want to think of hyperdiversity, and how banal it is to me.
What do you mean your four grandparents don’t each speak a different native language? What do you mean you don’t have the base ingredients for six cuisines in your cupboard?
Well, of course I have more in common with the constellation of immigrants in this city than with the people from the town I was born in.
Where is the rest of your “Where are you from?” answer?
Of course I’m obsessed with maps, isn’t everybody?
The first time I got interested in fractions was when I to explain blood quantum, and then I learned how fucked up blood quantum is. What do you mean you didn’t learn maths through your heritage?
When I meet hyperdiverse people I love that we instantly click over food and loww. It’s like checking who your cousin’s related to at the party but on a global, timebending scale. We give each other precious gifts of knowledge that we have had to reclaim and learn by ourselves.
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