This is an honest answer to all questions.
1/ Pronouns: I have a gender neutral name for a reason, suckaz, and I resent this question. I am, however, a woman, and I have never doubted it. People who see or know me say she/her. When people don’t see or know me, and assume I may be he/him, I like it. Who doesn’t enjoy changing identities sometimes, not to mention being perceived as a member of the ruling class, and treated like it?
2/ Visible race: In California, perceived white/Anglo, or at least was originally; in Louisiana, often perceived “mixed” — people say Mexican, Puerto Rican, Creole, yellow, or “Jewish/Arab;” one time someone said “too mixed to determine.” In Denmark, perceived as Native American but the features to which they were referring are actually Anglo-German unless I have even more crypto-Jewish background than I think (and my DNA test does not suggest this).
3/ Ethnicity: post-Anglo, Anglo, proto-Hispanic, something; whiteness as o cultural practice isn’t something I have appeared to learn completely.
4/ Ethnic background: 1/8 Ashkenazi from that Pale of Settlement in the Russian Empire, 1/8 Ashkenazi from Hannover, 1/4 Welsh, 1/4 German, 1/4 English, more or less.
5/ National origin: California, Viceroyalty of New Spain; Greater Mexico.
6/ Citizenship: United States of America, by birth.
7/ Religion: Candomblé, y la religión es una cosa privada, que he nacido con separación de iglesia y estado, así que no me digan nada.