Anonymous said: Do you have any spots, that when hit instantly turn you on? (ie. biting your neck)
I’m sorry but doing anything to me is a turn on, neck especially. My skin is just really sensitive, so I can feel everything.
Anonymous said: you bae tbh you just aint been swept off ya feet yet
It is impossible to sweep me off my feet lol
Mixed Girl Tag
I might as well, because I can.
1. What are you mixed with?
In short, I’m a blasian.
In reality, I’m Filipino, Chinese (Mandarin?), African American, and Choctaw Indian, in that order.
2. What ethnicity have you often been mistaken for?
People think I’m just mixed with something, they just can’t put their finger on it. Usually they just asked if I’m some type of Asian.
3. Is your hair curly or straight?
It’s naturally CRAZY. It’s a mix of 3b and 3c curls that don’t know how to NOT be frizzy.
4. Was coming from different backgrounds challenging growing up?
Yes. I never really had a true sense of “belonging.” I wasn’t “black enough” to hang out with the black kids and I wasn’t “white-washed enough” to hang out with anyone else. Then I ended up moving to Michigan (specifically metro-Detroit) for my senior year of high school. Apparently, just because of my skin color, I was supposed to only associate with those who look like me, but even those people thought that I believed I was “too good” for them. Nope, I just want friends!
5. Which backgrounds do you embrace the most?
To be honest, I love LOVE my Filipino culture from my mom. I feel like other than her sister in DTX, I’m the only other Filipino relative in the US for her. It always excites her when I want to learn more about
6. Have you ever been teased for being different?
Let’s talk about the amount of damage my hair has because I decided to get all the relaxers (it’s a perm except instead of forcing curls, it forces straight hair) from 5th through 9th grades. I believed that only pretty people have straight hair and my poofy hair was always made fun of. It took me a while to understand that I should embrace my mixed-girl curls and not care about other people making fun of my hair being a little (or a lot) bigger than their hair. Besides, volume is totally in now.
7. Have you ever been ashamed of being multi-racial?
I always ALWAYS loved saying I was mixed. I was never ashamed of knowing that I come from several ethnic backgrounds.
8. Do you feel that being mixed has its benefits?
Yes: I’m always in an interracial relationship.
9. What makes being multiracial a beautiful thing?
You have so much more to learn about your heritage and you are an example that two people of different backgrounds can come together and love each other to have someone like you.
10. Any advice to someone who struggles with their multiracial identity?
Know that you’re beautiful and being mixed is proof that the world can be a beautiful place. If people want to make fun of you, let them be. If people do that, you have something they don’t have. You better let those haters hate! People have told me “you’re not black” and “you’r not Asian.” Well, excuse me for not acting the stereotype that was put on the race(s) that I am! So you better learn what you got and flaunt it girl! There are people who would KILL to have hair like yours, eyes like yours, facial structure, skin, and even ethnicity just like yours!
I’m about to just be a stripper…
Find me at Trumpps on W 8 Mile in Detroit!
And please tip well…
Who knew apartment hunting is so scressful.
It’s so stressful that it’s scressful, I rather not be a roommate with two guys and I am the only person I’m close with has to live with her mom because her mom needs to be under constant care.
Whoever the hell said money doesn’t buy happiness obviously hasn’t been a broke college student. Scholarships don’t pay the bills, just the tuition.