I am not a celebrity — I am a normal human being who has a platform for expressing myself and sharing my passion.
I wrote that article out of inspiration, good memories and genuine experiences.
Also, it seems that the more power a Mexican-American man has (whether it's in academia or politics), the more likely he is to marry a white woman. Are educated Latinas threatening to high-achieving Chicanos? A 2012 Pew Research Center study on intermarriage in los Estados Unidos put it thusly: "For newly married Hispanic men and women, marrying a white person is associated with a college education." If anything, you smarty-art Chicanas marry gabachos at a HIGHER rate that smarty-art Mexicans: nearly 33 percent of mexicanas who marry a gabacho are college-educated, compared with about 23 percent of scholarly Mex-men who marry white.
After reflecting and re-reading what I wrote, I realised I got carried away and justified the things with my opinion only. I started questioning what do I really know about racism. I am brutally honest about my thoughts and if you have been reading my stuff for a long time now, I know you know that.
A fire turned into fuel that made me move forward, deeper and higher towards the subject. I love writing and I am so happy that this experience lead me to understanding I have so much to learn about writing. Most travel bloggers (I mean all of us), love the attention. I’ve touched a lot of lives, I connected with different people with different backgrounds and there are really a lot of people who share the same thoughts about life as I do.
Reading The Turner Diaries to Prepare Dear Gabacho: Sure it does!
Rather than me offering you my usual pendejadas, I'll direct you to the research of ¡Ask a Mexican!