I live in inner London, in a borough where the percentage of white British inhabitants is pretty low (60k out of 160k),... i was born here and really i love our diversity.
The only thing that bothers me is the rapid rise in Islam, mainly because i feel the religion (culturaly backed) is incredibly sexist and i am heavy on equal rights and an agnostic.
I was just doing a little travelling on the interwaves when i came across this amusing thing...
I feel like an ethnic minority as a mixed person. Not tragically so but just different. I really like where I live because there is lots of diversity. People from all over and recent immigrants koreas in particular. I recently moved back to where I grew up (from the very racially homogenous area i went to school in) and I feel so much better. I actually feel more calm around people for other countries or people with accents because that's what I was around growing up. Even though I'm not Korean, driving through the large Koreatown in my area makes me feel at home. Or Going to the Iranian market. One time I was in a convenience store and the Sikh owner was just having a chat with a woman who was from nigeria. It hit me that I really love living where I live because so many people get to interact with one another.
I expect to become a minority where I live in the future (I'm Caucasian). Right now its about 50% Caucasian where I live but when I first moved here 5 years ago, it was more like 2/3 Caucasian. It's very ethnically diverse where I live. Besides Caucasian, Hispanic is the largest ethnic group followed closely by African AMerican.
5w6 or 9w1 sp/so/sx, I think