Examples of my published writing can be read below.
“I Would Grow My Hair to Cover the City,” a personal essay published on Autostraddle about my complicated relationship to gender, the length of my hair, my grandfather, and family belonging. The essay was presented at Autostraddle’s yearly conference, A-Camp 5.0.
“Estranged: How I Fell In Love With A Girl And Lost My Family,” an essay published on Autostraddle that was met with a great deal of critical response, including reposts and reblogs by Dan Savage of Savage Love and Everyday Feminism.
“That’s Not Who I Am: Calling Out and Challenging Stereotypes of Asian Americans,” an article on Autostraddle that examines stereotypes of Asian Americans in TV, film and popular culture. The article was reposted as a featured article on Everyday Feminism.
“Supreme Court Considers Rejecting Affirmative Action From College Admissions Process,” an article that looks at America’s history of affirmative action and the still-changing definition of who is a “minority” in the college admissions process.
“The Malaya Project and Liberating Images of Queer Filipino America,” an article about Los Angeles’s Malaya Project and its liberating images and video of queer Filipin@s in America.