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  • http://sharanam.tumblr.com/ Katherine Rand

    As long as we continue to think narrowly in terms of binary categories, any gray or ambiguous identities will be isolating and make it difficult to feel a sense of belonging. I experience this in terms of my religious identity and am interested in the experience of those with multiple cultural heritage because of the parallels.

  • http://twitter.com/paleojabba talia karim

    So true.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1015777938 Tanaya Burnham-Delorey

    In that way, we can never be lonely. We have each other.

  • Lawahine

    In that way, we can never be lonely, we have each other.

  • http://www.facebook.com/nehemiahw Nehemiah E Wilson

    this is probably the card that pertains to me the most. i didn’t know that i was the only one who felt this way. my mother is a mexican and my father is african american. it’s like nobody can relate and nobody wants to kick it either.

 

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