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Reflections on dimsumdyke: Curating a portfolio blog rooted in intersectional feminist praxis

Over the course of this semester, I have curated dimsumdyke to be a queer counterpublic that showcases my best writing and art pieces. The blog is intended to act as a platform that showcases a marginalized experience from an intersectional lens. Readers of the blog, aside from those in or instructing PUB 101, are imagined […]

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Damaging Democracy

Democracy is a core value of our society; it is our system of governance at all levels, and one would hope and assume that this translates to the rest of our social reality. This essay explores the notion that social media platforms are democratic, ultimately exposing how this notion is flawed.  The underlying conceptions about what ought to […]