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Multiracial Stereotypes Redefined

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Sonia

Boston, MA
United States
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Donated blood to save lives.
Why are you participating?: 

Others characterize and assume things about me all the time, are disturbed / fixated by my ethnic ambiguity - fun to claim labels for myself!

Feya

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I'm a quiet personality, because of this, I'm able to better reach abandoned animals who need help to recover. When the vet clinic asks, I will give my time to a cat who needs to be calm for muscle therapy or a large anxious dog with epilepsy.
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Growing up I've been told I'm pale enough to be the "other woman". People assume I'm violent for my sexuality or stupid for my hobby. I don't let it get to me, but I know people who similar things have hurt and unlike all of them, I can put myself out there.

Eugene

Waltham, MA
United States
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I support Operation Smile, which helps children with cleft lips and palates get needed surgery. Tolerance and peace to all!
Why are you participating?: 

As a Belgian-Filipino-American, tech journalist, and gamer and genre fan, I think it's important for people to respect one another, appreciate our differences, and work toward common goals.

Destria

Worcester, MA
United States
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I love giving money and food to the homeless. I remember driving in the car with my mom on my 18th birthday and seeing a homeless man sitting on the side of the street crying. I had cupcakes that I knew I wasn't going to eat, so I pulled over, got out of the car and gave them to him.

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