Thank you for elaborating. As a person in no association with the Jewish life, I have barely any idea what it's like to be a Jew, especially given that most of my context comes from people on less that favourable terms with the "lil' Jews" (that's the best I can translate the dimunitive Russian term "еврейчик", used often by my mother).
While I did get a glimpse of your perspective, I am, nonetheless, hungry to know more. I'm interested in what it's like to be a person of the community as oppressed, subtly but strongly, as Jewish. I hope it's okay if I ask further questions like this in the future.