Do you identify strongly with your skin color?
No, but I do with my ethnicity of which skin color is a part of
I’m white. I don’t care what my skin color is but given that it’s just a shade darker than albino, it’s kind of hard to hide.
It seems like other people identify me with my skin color than I do.
I’m a lilly white blonde hair, blue eyed, Russian Jewish make. I seem to piss off everyone.
It’s almost like I️ have too because people tell me I’m a horrible person for having it.
I'm confused by your question.
No one else seems to be confused. This is a relatively simple question. What's the problem, exactly?
People below me seem to be confused as well. Do I strongly identify with my skin color? I don't even know what that means.
"Proud White American"
It's an ugly color but I can't do anything about it
No, not really. 'White' ain't an identity in the same way as 'Black' or 'Yellow'.
It is part of who I am
I like my tan but don't identify with it.
No, not at all.
As opposed to identifying with someone else's skin color?
That's how I interpreted it as well. I'm a little confused by the question
No. My skin color has nothing to do with who I am as a person.