...all the good things, and the bad things, that may be... It finally happened! I set a goal. I worked toward it. And, over a month ago, I found myself standing on that infamous red-circle-of-a-rug on a TEDx stage. But I'm still struggling to understand what to make of my experience. So this post is about disappointment. An experience of … Continue reading Let’s Talk About TEDx, Baby
There are a couple of different ways to drop an anal bomb. (Urban dictionary will tell you one way; porn could probably show you something similar.) This is how I like to drop an anal bomb, and last week was my first time doing it in front of a live audience. They loved it. The … Continue reading How to Drop an Anal Bomb (Live)
It's been some months now that I've had abortion on the forefront of my mind. I've wanted to write a post about abortion, I still want to write about it, and there's more to say, more to think about, and more to engage with every week as states across the country keep working in creative … Continue reading My Abortion Story: Part I
Hardly anyone has heard of philosophical counseling, but now that I've started my own philosophical counseling and consulting business, I've had loads of opportunities to describe the "how's" and "why's" of this form of philosophical practice. I start by emphasizing that, at the heart of the matter, philosophical counseling entails thinking about our lives and … Continue reading The Problem Is That (You Think) You Think Too Much
In light of the racist responses to Nina Davuluri's crowning as Miss America, I decided to say a little bit about the hang ups people have surrounding questions of nationality. Most of the time when people ask, "What's your nationality?" they probably don't know what they're asking, and they really want to know about someone's … Continue reading Miss America, President Obama, and Me
If all feminists are angry, man-hating lesbians then no wonder no one wants to be one. Plus, apparently they're so uptight that they can't even take a compliment. Want more Wong? Follow me on Twitter @Cori_Wong, "LIKE" my page on Facebook, subscribe to my YouTube channel, and see pictures of my cat on Instagram.
You may be one of the 3 million people who have seen this video by now. As Minnesota becomes the twelfth state to legalize marriage equality (the sixth state in six months), it seems like our cultural consciousness is finally starting to shift with respect to how we think about sexuality. Given the resurgent popularity … Continue reading “When Did You Choose To Be Straight?” About Two Years Ago.