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And Baby Makes Three: Queer Couples Becoming Parents

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...

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Thank you, Chloe Ting: What I Learned from Completing Five Fitness Challenges

Being an Asian American female, I often felt othered in my own body because of my race and gender. It was hard enough to accept my Asian facial features, and a...

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The Morning After? Demystifying Emergency Contraception

Issues surrounding women’s health, particularly those related to sex and birth control, are considered taboo in many Asian cultures. Growing up, these kinds...

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How Asian Fitness YouTubers Are Leading Home Fitness

Home fitness has become insanely popular due to the COVID-19 outbreak. With fitness centers closed and social distancing restrictions lasting for months —...

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One Woman’s Face Mask Design Protects Vulnerable Populations and the Environment

Moved by the need for affordable and accessible face protection among vulnerable populations, Becky Shander created an environmentally sustainable face mask...

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Managing Grief During COVID-19: Real Talk with Therapists

My cousin always made the best buttery pound cakes. During the holidays, she’d spend weeks baking these cakes to give to each family member. She’s generous...

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Domestic Violence is Everyone’s Business

“I grew up with stories about my great-aunt in Korea, who was beaten to death by her husband. He suffered from a drinking problem and always became violent...

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The Unexpected of Expecting…and Beyond

I don’t remember having “the talk” with my mom. The closest thing was sitting in on my older sister’s talk as my mom read a book on puberty. I giggled...

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Is Asian Infertility a Thing?

One of the most beautiful things in life is having a child. Like many women, Annie Kuo wanted to be a mother. But after a miscarriage, she received a diagnosis...

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Aunt Mochi’s Guide to Period Care

“Six years of your life. Or 2,190 days.” According to NPR, that’s about how long the average woman will spend having her periods. For people who...

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