Morgan Ome
Morgan Ome
Morgan Ome is an assistant editor at The Atlantic.Source
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Why This Wave of Anti-Asian Racism Feels Different

Why This Wave of Anti-Asian Racism Feels Different

“The indignity of being Asian in this country has been underreported,” the poet and essayist Cathy Park Hong writes in Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning. Hong, 44, is the daughter of Korean immigrants and was raised in Los Angeles. Although she has written about race in her poetry, Minor Feelings is her first nonfiction book, a blend of memoir and cultural criticism. Her essays explore the painful and often invisible racial traumas that Asian Americans experience—traumas that have become impossible to ignore over the past year, as reports of anti-Asian racism and violence have...

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The Surprisingly Fraught Question of Who Pays for Birth Control

The Surprisingly Fraught Question of Who Pays for Birth Control

The burden of many of the most common contraceptive methods falls on women. Some heterosexual couples try to fix that imbalance by splitting the cost. In 2017, Taylor Kay Phillips was debating two things: whether she wanted to switch from the pill to an IUD, and, if she did, whether she should ask her boyfriend, Felipe Torres, to help pay for it. At the time, Phillips—now a comedy writer in New York City—was unemployed, and her insurance plan wouldn’t cover the $1,100 bill. But she was hesitant to ask Torres to pitch in. Phillips didn’t know anyone else who had split the cost of birth...

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