The road to parenthood for queer couples is not as well-paved or simple as it is for cis-gender hetero couples, particularly when it comes to conception. Two couples share their experiences and tips with Mochi as they grow their own families.Read More
Multidisciplinary artist Quincy Surasmith is bringing people together digitally through his podcast and in person through his Los Angeles-based “pop-up supper club.” Both endeavors center the idea of community and his Asian American identity.Read More
“If It’s Not Dogs or Waves, She Will Still Likely Face Anxiety”: Empowering My Daughter Through Therapy
Mochi’s series commemorating Mental Health Awareness Month kicks off with a personal narrative by Mochi’s managing editor, Melody, who discovers that her daughter has an anxiety disorder and seeks treatment. Through therapy, Melody learns the importance of validating her daughter’s emotions and equipping her with tools to fight anxiety now and in the future.Read More
Being an Asian American female, I often felt othered in my own body because of my race and gender....Read More
Recovering from a long-term relationship can be a heartbreaking experience that raises doubt, insecurity, pain, and anger, in addition to dealing with the complexities of breakups as an Asian American. Learn about healthy ways to respond to these emotions, such as focusing on self-compassion and self-care, creating new routines and habits, and leaning on community.Read More
- “Not Here to Be Liked” Challenges What Asian Girls Look Like in Media
- We Cannot Trust White Society With Asian Justice
- “Never Have I Ever” and the untold minority perspectives
- Immigrant Songs and Unexpected Love Stories: Why You Need to Read Yoon Choi’s “Skinship”
- “The Chair” Places Our Proximity to Whiteness in Full View
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