When I was born and shortly thereafter, I was subjected to a lot of horrible circumstances that deprived me of everyone that I loved. My parents’ marriage, like many marriages, was based on false pretenses and I had to pay the price for this.
I have also developed a desire to understand the world and a fascination with psychology that I have been writing about for well over a decade, both using scrutiny of my own mentality as well as those around me, to develop a psychological interpretation of our world that is, for the most part, extremely controversial – in particular, that most people are vastly insecure, that white supremacy was historically rooted in the preservation of male power admist widespread insecurity about white women, that racism and sexuality are linked, and that the largely negative interactions that human beings have (including those of racism and race-based dating) – are a merging of male sexual insecurity as well as female desire for ease of life; both understandable.
Due to my experiences, my looks (yes, I only mention this repeatedly as a way to spite my haters and use my privilege as a ‘troll’; women find me beautiful), and my anger at the poor treatment of myself and others due to cycles of insecurity, I became a rather famous voice – but largely famous for saying a lot of uncomfortable truths and not being afraid to take a hit for it.
Do I want to end interracial marriage?
No. In fact, seeing how some of my friends / relatives, either single or in relationships were treated, drove me to speak out.
Do I want to call out a particular dynamic that ruined thousands of lives and was ignored for decades and has led to suicides, hardship, and the destruction of everything and everyone I loved?
I’m gonna tell the truth. If it involves things that makes people uncomfortable, then that’s not on me – that’s on people. I have zero responsibility, as a biracial, to protecting the truth.