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Ep. 6: There's a Shortage of Tops in New York City

Ep. 6: There's a Shortage of Tops in New York City

Kate and Yoko chat with art director, photographer, and entrepreneur, Nate Poekert about what it's like to be a gay Asian man, adopted by a white family, and home schooled in central Florida. 

Note: During our recording, we called this episode 5. We’re wrong. It’s episode 6. Woops!

Show Notes

Listen to this NPR Code Switch episode that talks about Jeff Yang's controversial take on Margaret Cho's "All American Girl."

Joel Kim Booster's set on Conan was hilarious. Definitely worth a watch for a good, hearty chuckle.

If you're a white family adopting an Asian baby, consider reading them Allison, by Allen Say. It might be more helpful than Tommy Has a New Brother.

Your jaw will drop when you read this unbelievable Reddit post of a white dad who totally thought his adopted Korean son was Chinese for seventeen years.

Here's another interesting Reddit post about RuPaul's Drag Race Season 8 contestant Kimchi and his decision not to come out to his mom as a gay man/drag superstar.

Here's Kate's autographed photo sent to her by World Champion and rightful Olympic Gold Medalist, Michelle Kwan.

Oh snap, did y'all try out for Disney's Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra?

Read The Asian Man Survey, a Meduim article by Jason Shen about stereotypes Asian men regularly hear. Among the top three are "Asian men have small penises" and "I don't date Asian men." 

Ep. 7: Secret Soy Sauce Hole

Ep. 7: Secret Soy Sauce Hole

Ep. 5: Hundreds of Loose Pepcid in My Purse

Ep. 5: Hundreds of Loose Pepcid in My Purse