TW: This post contains one reference to the practice of abortions that may trigger discomfort. During my speech competition last weekend, I had the opportunity to watch several beautiful, message-based performances on topics that made my feminist brain quiver with satisfaction. Among topics ranging from sexual assault reporting reform, sexualized stereotypes of minority women in […]Read More Trigger Warnings: The Art of Thinking Before You Speak.
What is most important to me must be spoken, made verbal and shared, even at the risk of having it bruised and misunderstood…the speaking profits me, beyond any other effect. –Audre Lorde About two or so years ago, I wrote my first spoken word. I had a rough winter break at home, things from my […]Read More Words, Poetry, and Activists: Let’s Get Inspired
These are my own specific, one perspective experiences and thoughts. So, don’t hate. <- That’s a disclaimer that I don’t speak for anyone except myself in this short personal reflection. I am Korean-American. Yet, it was only recently that I realized that I had been socialized as White practically my whole life. I had always defended […]Read More The Duality of a First Generation Immigrant
I took piano lessons when I was younger. I also played the violin and the flute. I always had my homework completed on time. I’m good at math. I love group work. I have strong ambitions and a deep resolve in succeeding my goals. But I also have other interests and other aspects about me. […]Read More “But You’re Asian…” | An Expose on the M3