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The language and experience of what it means to grow up South Asian in the West is still largely unexplored. "Bend It Like Beckham" was the first movie to embrace these questions — to pave way for those growing up without examples of who they could become.
A young, gay Mormon’s testimony sparked a rift in her community — but, Erika Munson wonders, must we give in to the instinct to take sides? On lingering in the complex questions with a spirit of compassion that has room for our differences.
Through the intimacy of chosen mother-daughterhood, a woman navigates the fraught territory of craving Chinese identity as a white American — and recognizes that some identities cannot be earned or learned, but are gifts passed on.
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