Please don't tell me you have a Tumblr full of generically "Asian" schoolgirls with straight black hair and dead expressions.
But it's your sewing kit, why would you want to store it with the food?
That's some white people horror movie nonsense.
On June 1, Caitlyn Jenner's Vanity Fair cover was revealed. With it came promotion for #CallMeCaitlyn, her official switch to female pronouns since the monumental interview where she requested to stick to male pronouns and her birth name of Bruce until she was ready.
It's a warm, brown kind of healing. Does the tea help with the loneliness? With the hurt?
I can’t help but feel a bit off when white members of our communities try to homogenize our experiences.
If you were to base your impression of what Indians look like entirely off of Bollywood movies, you would think that most Indians are light-skinned, especially the females. The truth couldn’t be further from what the Indian media portrays.
"I, like, went to India once and ate the food there, which means I processed the nutrients so I'm, like, part Indian now."
If I am beautiful, it is not because my eyeliner meets America’s standards for Brown girls.
I prayed at a church today because there was no place for me at the mosque next door. My own brothers turned me away.
Here is where it gets tricky for all second-generation immigrants: I am too Asian to be American, but too American to be Asian.