A few weeks ago I met a stranger. We talked about pornography for a long while, and then I asked him, "Would you like to a make a video together?" Two days later, we did. It was great. Since our conversation, I just can't get porn off of my mind. I mean, I even turned … Continue reading If Hamburgers Were Porn: Feminism and Doing It Better
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
I'm currently writing my first book under the working title, Thinking the Unknown, which exposes how an epistemology of ignorance shapes what we think we know about sex, gender, and sexuality. The concept of an epistemology of ignorance is obviously very important to my philosophy (I mean, I did one of my most popular videos on it … Continue reading Thinking the Unknown
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.
In the past few years of blogging I've written plenty about break ups, the upheaval and uncertainty that can follow in their wake, and I've optimistically chimed over and over again, "Things change. Something will happen." Those phrases are meant to settle some fears and angst about the flux of life, the unexpected, perhaps even … Continue reading Fight or Flight? Don’t Go With That Flow