Well I’m somewhat flabbergasgted but also very proud to be appearing in the Biennial edition of CineWomen
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Have you ever considered that? That thought runs through my mind each and every time I see an adult adoptee called names and treated badly on any forum, facebook page, or blog. Even those adult adoptees who are using all the required disclaimers and couching all statements with a “I feel” or “some” or “may or may not feel” or “it could make them”…
I started this post after reading a very disappointing exchange on a forum. I first wrote here “Deep breath required because I am angry right now…counting to ten and beyond”. For once, I followed my advice and waited a few days, and yet I still wish to offer some thoughts, or perhaps understanding, on how normal it is to want to make things better.
The topic that got me angry: “it isn’t because you are adopted”
Followed by that being adopted and adoption does not cause any issues or challenges. …
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My debut documentary is now availble via the new WIPER app
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.Margaret Cho’s “White people like to tell Asian people how to feel about race because they’re too scared to tell black people”.
So it’s about time that we let people know in no uncertain terms that such behaviour as #Yellowface is totally unacceptable and that #krankieYellofaceis not acceptable
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