Zerebeski admitted the level of offensiveness was unequal when asked whether being described as a "soccer mom" is as bad as the racial stereotypes, or the reference to the Pickton murder victims.
"And yet the people who seem to find it funniest — not the pig farm thing, but the whole map in general, were the Asians. They all laughed at it," she said. "I've had a lot of friend requests from people with Chinese last names."
Zerebeski said she put her name to the map rather than submit it anonymously so that people could find her and "have a conversation." She also said other submissions to Judgmental Maps are much worse.
"If you've looked at some of the maps in the U.S., they're way more racist. They actually use the pejorative terms. They say things like 'chinks and niggers'. That to me is very uncomfortable. I would never do that."