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How a Snow Globe Triggered an Identity Crisis

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I visited my partner’s family for the first time in Texas. I’ve never been to Houston let alone Corpus Christi or Aransas Pass. I grew up in big cities and have spent most of my adult life in San Francisco. My partner told me that I might be the only Asian person.

“That’s fine,” I said dismissively.




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Alister Felix

Alister Felix

Designer in Games • Storyteller • Creator • Oh, I also cry really easily.

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