Hello. What is your skin color? Are you an authentic united states citizen?
Do you fall into the category of "everyone except white people", or are you yourself actually a white person? I feel like there are a lot of races in the United States. I feel like Black people have been given a chance to shine and show they too can have sitcoms revolve around them, but everyone in between gets left out a lot. I feel like more men like Tyler Perry need to get acclaim from popular magazines in order to make shows about their own races. Also what if you were you a pale-complexioned person of Cuban descent? I feel like this creates strange inner tension in your identity. If you were a rapper, I think people would probably find you awkward and weird to listen to. I feel like rap music isn't very authentic anymore because of "things" like this.
To everyone, do you feel you have a racial identity? Do you feel like as a white person, you are only allowed to have an identity based around the projections of other races? I have met many white people who apologized for the Ku Klux Klan. I knew a man who once said he wished he had been born as any other race. I understand his troubles. How do you think it feels knowing you have spent your entire life being way more privileged than everyone else? Do you think it's ironic that white people are more likely to get skin diseases? If you are a white person, do you feel awkward when people make racial jokes of any kind?
Why do you think more "white" men kill themselves than black women? I have never actually heard of a black man who killed himself before. When you watch anime, do you feel like they're all white people unless visually noted otherwise? How do you think Asians can be portrayed in anime? I hear white people say all anime characters are white. I wonder how "Asians" feel about this. Black people obviously can't say Goku is a black person, but guys like Mr. Popo look too black for them to identify with. Do you think they feel left out by not being able to identify with Goku?