Is this category really necessary? I could see someone somewhere eventually finding it offensive.
- It's also rather restrictive when it comes to people of various ancestries. How would you categorize a character with Native American, African, Chinese, Russian and Coluan forebears? I'm also not entirely comfortable with this and Asian-American being subcats of a Nationality, with all the "separate Americas" discriminatory connotations that brings. We don't have a "Kryptonian American" subcat. On the other hand, we do classify characters by the color of their skin or eyes, and this is a much more important characteristic in terms of societal interactions. The Paradox 18:45, 24 September 2008 (UTC)
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