I’m a college a white girl told me to my face Good Women Still Exist I Know Because I Married A Redhead Shirt that there is “a sign in the middle of Puerto Rico that says go to New York for welfare.” I get told again and again by white people about how more qualified people for jobs are “discriminated” because of affirmative action implying that I’m only where I’m at because of “reverse racism” and not my hard work. I actually had a teacher think I was in the wrong room when I went into an honors class. And I get that reverse-racism BS too. Like Bih, I worked my ass off to get 2 degrees. I earned this. Not that it’s a real problem that held me back in any way, but alternatively.
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I’m half Puerto Rican and half Italian but Good Women Still Exist I Know Because I Married A Redhead Shirt with light brown hair and light, olivey skin. The only people in my life who even know I’m Latina are other Latinx people, otherwise, everyone just assumes I’m white. I got shit on growing up for lying about my heritage because Puerto Rican people are black with black hair. The community of black people at my school were all Puerto Rican’s and were bussed from the city. They also said I was lying about having family on the island. Because my cousin who was 100% Puerto Rican, born on the island, had blonde hair and Puerto Rican’s don’t have blonde hair.