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I love West Hollywood, USA and Manchester, England. Australia has never held my psyche. What about you? (excuse the typos in my replies, my fingernails need trimming.)
TheWomanWhoDid TheWomanWhoDid 36-40 12 Answers Feb 3, 2013 in Travel

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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.

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.

I just hope and pray that I give off healthy vibes to my daughter.

Enough of endless chitter chatter.



To answer your question: count me in as one who thinks outside her physical nationality.

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I was born in China but I am fully American.

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I'm happy you have found a home. :)

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im more interested in the person than where theyre from

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Yes, me too...but I was just wondering because I don't feel at home here.

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I don't know, but I've always had a strong interest in African art. Most of my favorite artists are African.

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*smiles* Take a trip.

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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.

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I usee a wheelchair and need daily care so things are hard here. UK and the USA are both kilometres ahead with disability rights in different ways. Manchester= snow and government heath care, WeHo= Sun, Earthquakes, just new/limited healthcare.

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That's certainly understandable then. I'm surprised to hear that Australia is behind The US and the UK in disability rights.

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Public transport is atrocious, agency care is limited (regular hours are 7am-10pm, no after hours without mega funding chunks taken) and building access has standards on paper but is implemented poorly.

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Hope things change there in the near future, That's really unacceptable.

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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. :)

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I want to be Gallifreyan.

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I do, especially since there is now a stigma to being American.

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Only if people stereotype.

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