I am Indian American, and it’s 2017. But I still get asked ‘What are you?’
Washington Post

I went through the article and had my doubts. Then I read the comments and my doubts were confirmed. You and I do have different views on certain things and I don’t believe in everything that you wrote.

That said, I think it takes a lot of courage to say these things out loud to the world. What people might dismiss as just plain negativity in your thoughts, I can totally see that it’s been shaped by your past and experiences, and I’m not sure how different I or anyone else would be if we had been in your shoes. I applaud you for writing this and putting your perspective out there.

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