Author and writer.

Humanities, philosophy, esotericism, and occulture.

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The Odyssey

What It's Like To Be An Asian-American On The Fourth Of July

A personal essay on the disenfranchised feeling of being a first-generation Asian-American.

The Odyssey

The Importance Of Inclusive Feminism

Why third-wave feminism has a negative connotation, and what we can all do to change this.

The Odyssey

Queer-Baiting And Why It's Detrimental To Society

Queer-baiting affects every member of society, not just the LGBTQ+ community.

The Odyssey

It's Okay To Be Cisgendered

We've all heard about the privileges of being cis, but here's why we should not hate them.

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A Brief Guide To Hospitality Exchange Websites

If you've ever wanted to travel the world for free, check out these five best websites for hospitality exchange

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Contemporary Poetry And The Information Age

How our reaction to contemporary poetry highlights personal values in the current age of information