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The PAAC Podcast

Mar 19, 2019

Aimee had a conservative upbringing in Taiwan, where gender roles were strictly enforced, both at home and school. It wasn’t until her early adulthood when she was living in the United States with her husband and child that she fully embraced her queer identity. In this episode, Aimee shares about her journey both...


Mar 5, 2019

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As PAAC turns two and a half years old (already!), there are more ways to connect with other PAACsters than ever. PAAC has officially launched Diverging Magazine, a brand new online publication featuring content specific to the PAAC community. In today’s episode, Liz and David talk to Aimee...


Feb 19, 2019

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[TW: Interracial, Asian female / white male relationships]

There are thread battles, and then there are thread battles. A few months ago someone posted a seemingly casual remark in the FB group celebrating the fact that Henry Golding got to play Blake Lively’s husband in the movie “A Simple...


Feb 5, 2019

When Chris Paek worked at the United Nations, interns were given unusually wide access to facilities and events. As a result, he sometimes found himself in meetings with world leaders, such as former (and now deceased) Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi. It was a far cry from his all boys Catholic high school in Orange...


Nov 20, 2018

Many PAAC parents, when deciding which church to attend, may be pulled toward churches with a large “children’s ministry.” But churches with the most resources for children also tend to be highly conservative and non-progressive. This leaves progressive Christian parents in a bind. Either commit to a...