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Book Review--Standing Tall with Turner Syndrome edited by Claudette Aharon

In a highly medicalized world it is important for those of us who are intersex to exchange in personal narratives centered on our experiences living in our particular bodies beyond clinics, charts, test results, treatment plans, procedures, lists of symptoms, diagnostic nomenclature, and normalization. 419 more words

Book Review

On-Screen Representation: Beyond Zero-Sum Thinking

Sessue Hayakawa and Fannie Ward in The Cheat (1915)

Aditi Natasha Kini has recently written an article in Jezebel about the recent Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan film… 1,191 more words

Asian Americans

From a Drag Queen Sea Witch to a Misunderstood Ice Queen: The Evolution of Queerness, Femininity, and Villainy in Disney Movies

If you live in the United States odds are you have been exposed to Disney at some point in your life. As for me, my very first memory is watching… 713 more words

Media Representation

DisabledWriters.com: Increasing disability diversity in journalism

The Disability Visibility Project® is all about pushing the status quo in media and journalism. One example is our partnership with novelist Nicola Griffith in… 583 more words


{{COMING SOON}} A YouTube Channel + Website About Filipino (Literary) Works

I would like to announce an upcoming project that I have been working on for the past few months: a YouTube channel + website called… 1,288 more words

Filipino American

Do No Harm: Depicting Honest Stories About Mental Health

With the controversial success of 13 Reasons Why and the release of a trailer for a new Netflix film To The Bone, I’ve been seeing a lot of conversation on social media. 1,064 more words

E3 2017 - Disability Inclusion

PLEASE NOTE: I did not attend E3 2017 & all opinions are my own

The gaming industry recently had one of its biggest conferences: E3 2017. 391 more words