It’s okay to be an assertive woman. Growing up, I was told that women should be quiet, kind, and feminine. I was raised in an Asian-American household that can sometimes […]
When I first got on birth control, I didn’t even have my driver’s license yet. I was a 15-year-old who suffered from severe cramps—so bad that I once ended up […]
Leading Ladies Front And Center Back in the day, women in movies were typically The Love Interest or The Side Character. Fast forward to today, and we—thankfully—have wonderfully complex women […]
Empathy is a lifelong process. Anyone who knows me knows I’m an outspoken feminist. But once upon a time, I scratched my head and questioned why we needed feminism. “Shouldn’t […]
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Margaret Zox Brown’s oil paintings are reminiscent of the lushness and grandeur of spring. Think large canvases adorned with soft, sweeping colors and rounded edges. The Manhattan-based, born and raised […]
Existing In Between: Essays on Love, Trauma, Identity, Race and Intersectional Feminism CHAPTERS (1) Stranger Danger (Prologue) (2) My Life Is A Sitcom (3) One Love: Liberation Co-opted (4) […]