For real though, I know not all Americans have backwards views of Asian-Americans, but the proportion is higher than I'd really like.Also, on the self-hate angle, how many Asians do you know who refer to themselves as 'bananas' or 'twinkies' like those terms aren't a hideous fucking insult?Your whole post is dripping with persecution complex. I get that you can be upset about aspects of American culture, or events that happen day-to-day, but this post is too much and too far.

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Anything related to Asian and Pacific Islander Americans, as well as other Asians who grew up outside of Asia.

This includes news, discussions, pictures, or videos.

If you keep walking around feeling like this, your life is going to get even worse than it currently is. Living among white people can be toxic for Asian men.

I have to say, white people had been very unhealthy for my self-confidence and self-esteem.

And if you're a male foreigner from a weird scary eastern country, you're not welcome. You don't hate and get worked up over ants, right? Why do most asians go for equality and not superiority?

It's like ants don't really factor into your life and decisions, right? Because they're still deluded by their just world fallacy. They don't make that emotional/intellectual step of going from wanting to be "equal" to wanting to be superior.

I have even started to feel better about white people - only because I no longer have to deal with them on a personal, daily and persistent basis. May sound like a politically incorrect solution, even racist. I grew up in a neighborhood with a very large Chinese population, in a very ethnically diverse city, and never had self-esteem issues based on my ethnicity.

It was only when I moved to a city and a neighborhood where Asians make up a small percentage of population that I started feeling insecure.

I think this hatred of yours stems from something deeper and it sounds to me that you may need some help dealing. This level of anger/neurosis/psychosis requires professional intervention. I spent my entire youth, 20s and early 30s in the South and then in white/mostly white cities and suburbans on the West Coast.