...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)
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
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.
One day, after feeling very discouraged by the sense that my students "didn't get" why it was worth talking about gender, race, and other social justice issues as we were in my feminist philosophy class, I started with an impromptu mini-lecture on Ugg boots and hermeneutic horizons. As the semester came to an end and … Continue reading A Cat and Some Sparkly Uggs
As I mentioned in my previous post, I had the great pleasure of meeting up with some really wonderful people last weekend at the Advancing Public Philosophy Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. This happy little Think for a Change video is one of my favorite things that came out of my experience there. Danielle La Susa, … Continue reading From the Horse’s Mouth: Why Philosophy?
I've been in Atlanta for the Advancing Public Philosophy Conference over the past few days, which led to many rich conversations, even more introductions to interesting people, and a whole storm of ideas that are pulsing through my head and filling the pages in my journal. It also led to the first Think for a … Continue reading Want Transformation? Think for a Change.