If you are the son of a white dad and Asian mom, and you feel I have made valid points here, don’t be shy about letting your parents know how you feel. I have openly spoke to my parents about many of the points made on this blog. What we need to promote is aggressive dialogue. Yes a dialogue in which both sides try to communicate and reach understanding. But also aggressive, in that we as WMAF sons, have the right to call our parents out where they directly harm our interests as half-asian men. IF more WMAF kids would talk to their parents in person about these issues, maybe we could have a
breakthrough. Be militant but not unnecessarily hostile. Defend your rights. And politicize your household. Bring these racial issues into your home.
Your own WMAF parents are the only WMAF couple, you can legitimately say owe you anything. So demand an explanation from them, ask them to pay up. Even if they don’t share many of the stereotypes of the typical WMAF couple, such as my own parents, you can still make them aware of how WMAF as a larger social trend, make you as a Eurasian male feel.
You are their flesh and blood children. Perhaps they will show you mercy.