Ohh yeaa!! I'm Asian by birth (mixed Asian) but I don't fit in, I don't agree with the traditions and a lot of their values. It might also have something to do with me growing up in foreign (Arab) country.<br />
Most of the time I feel alienated because I don't accept where I am from yet I am rejected for who I am. I love the European culture and way of life so much that my (soon to be ex) husband is European.<br />
I just hope and pray that I give off healthy vibes to my daughter.<br />
Enough of endless chitter chatter.<br />
To answer your question: count me in as one who thinks outside her physical nationality.
I was born in China but I am fully American.
im more interested in the person than where theyre from
I don't know, but I've always had a strong interest in African art. Most of my favorite artists are African.
Interesting. As an American who spent 62 days in Australia, I would move there in a heartbeat if it was more feasible. I totally click and got along with Australians very easily and you lot seem to be a bit less high strung, and more easy going in general than us, from my rather limited observations. Guess the grass is always greener on the other side.
That's certainly understandable then. I'm surprised to hear that Australia is behind The US and the UK in disability rights.
Hope things change there in the near future, That's really unacceptable.
I've always Lived primarily within my mind,and have always felt Alien,since no one has shown up in the Mothership to take me back,I guess I belong HERE. :)
I do, especially since there is now a stigma to being American.