How Uniting Queer Asians Through Nightlife Became a Global Movement
I think: Really? We encourage all queer Asian collectives to deeply examine how anti-Blackness may inadvertently be surfacing, especially the unconscious bias of highlighting light-skinned Asians. Interested in the stories shaping California? It put forth the idea that faith and deities can be reimagined to legitimise the desires of queer love in the modern era. This is where Bubble T fits in — a queer Asian diasporic nightlife collective aptly named after the beverage, that symbolises a connective thread across a disparate multiethnic community. Hot Property. SnatchDragon — who prefers her drag artist name for privacy — was born out of the flames that burn racist Asian stereotypes to the ground.
Reporter's Notebook: How LAPD vice is cleaning up K-town's less savory side - Los Angeles Times
Later, parked along a grassy median near a Chuck-E-Cheese, we watch minivan after minivan pull into a parking lot, each dropping off two to four young women teetering in sky-high heels. And this is only the beginning. The sedan lingers. After-hour alcohol sales, smoking indoors and doumi girls?
Reporter’s Notebook: How LAPD vice is cleaning up K-town’s less savory side
Description: We wanted to see that connection again. This idea of interconnectedness and intersectionality is at the core of Bitten Peach. Now, after living in the UK for 12 years and discovering Bitten Peach, he found a chosen family with whom he can commiserate, and a family with whom he can grow and share joy. The bar, Salao tells the owner, is in violation of pretty much all but two of the conditions listed on its liquor license.