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Suey Park
activist & writer | bookings@sueypark.com
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Suey Park 4h
I love it!!
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Suey Park 16h
And I hate that I do it! I hate it, but it says a lot about the type of people I dated in the past (and their egos).
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Emm Cee 17h
True. Aeygo is the personification of the importance society places on the male ego.
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Suey Park 17h
"If women had more real influence in everyday life, perhaps aegyo would lose its importance."
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Suey Park 17h
"So yes aegyo is a form of power but one that is effective only because it is used by those who may feel otherwise powerless.”
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Suey Park 17h
“How is anyone supposed to be truly confident in themselves when they are taught to think their whole value lies in manipulating others?"
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Suey Park 17h
This article makes me feel better about the fact that no amount of feminist theory can cancel out my use of aegyo.
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Suey Park 17h
"Escaping is not the same as making it, Kimmy."
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Suey Park 19h
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Suey Park 22h
we are speaking at the Woodstock Digital Media Festival together! I'm so amazed with your work and can't wait to meet you in person.
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Suey Park 22h
I remember his account too well. He's awful.
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Suey Park May 24
Really fond of insignificant days. 🙏 @ Barrington Art Fair
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Suey Park May 24
I'm getting so excited to build with you!
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Suey Park May 24
Thanks for being a light in my email inbox this week. Some people do productive things with the Internet.
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Suey Park May 24
I'll be the first woman in my fam to go to seminary. Being a pastor would be a better fit for me than being a pastor's wife. Life is weird.
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Suey Park May 24
I was raised with the idea that being a pastor's wife was the most noble position for a Christian woman. I dated too many pastors. I tried.
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Suey Park May 24
My uncle who is visiting from Korea is a pastor there. Him and my aunt believe in complementarianism. Yet I didn't mind serving him dinner.
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Suey Park May 24
Thinking about how family is a good case study or training ground to learn how to love and find commonality despite difference.
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Suey Park May 24
On my way to my home church with my mom, sister, and aunt and uncle. Yesterday my sister and I picked out dresses for my cousin's new baby.
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Suey Park May 24
Sorry for the delay--happy birthday!!!!! 🎈💐🍰🎂
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