Rape Culture: The Uncomfortable Truths of Growing Up a Hmong Girl

When I was thirteen, my family lived next door to my cousin’s family. Our houses sat in a row with six other houses colored in pale shades of the rainbow, perfectly lined up in pastel blues, pinks, yellows, and lavender. We lived in the blue house and they lived in the mint green one.

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