June is the time of the year that PRIDE month is celebrated across the United States and the world. A time for our LGBTQ and ally community to engage in festivities, parades and march with pride to remember those who came before us, who we are now and where we want to be. Often our experiences as LGBTQ Asian American and Pacific Islander are silenced and dismissed in which MWSM collective will be highlighting six narratives for the this June 2015.
- Celebrating Our AAPI LGBTQ Pride
- I am My Father’s Son & My Mother’s Daughter
- My Difficulty In Coming Out
- Learning to Choose Who to Love Wisely
- Refugee’s Baby Memories
- I’m Hiding the Best of Me
- To Be Me
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