You know how when people are: #1- Born in the wrong country, they move if they're able? #2- Born in the wrong religion, they convert if they're able? #3- Born in the wrong gender, they have an operation if they're able? But what if they were born the wrong ethnicity? Like suppose you were born white, but think you should've been born Asian, or black? Or you were born Hispanic, but feel you should've been born white for whatever reason? My question is: is it wrong to feel if you were born the wrong ethnicity? I've had some thought and while I'm nowhere closer to an answer, here's what I've surmised: - It'd be an insult. It'd be treating race like a coat. "Hmmm, I think I'll be Asian today..." In short, it'd undermine all the struggles they went through. - It'd be giving the racist people the excuse they need to be even more racist. They'll just say: "Well, you just chose to be this color..." That's all I have for now, but my question is: is it possible for someone to feel they were born the wrong ethnicity? Why or why not? Your thoughts?