Tales of Wonderlost

I'm a Korean-American adoptee living in Seoul, just finished my MA in Anthropology (yes, i took all of my classes in Korean TT). In my spare time, I volunteer at two great organizations: Korean Unwed Mothers' Families Association (KUMFA) and the Women's Global Solidarity Action Network (WGSAN) - a group that works on various issues, including with the survivors of military sexual slavery during WWII ("Comfort Women"). I also love cooking and baking and going to the noraebang ^^ To make a monthly donation to the Korean Unwed Mothers' Families Association, please click below!! (You can also make a 1-time donation)
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they barely scratch the surface, but still its a welcome sight to see in the chicago tribune~ i prefer to say pro-mothers’ rights moreso than anti-adoption but i guess anti-adoption just has a sexier ring to it?

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  3. imsureitslovely said: I am curious about this issue. Are they completely against adoption 100%? Because I think there is something to be said for the idea that not everybody who can reproduce makes a good parent, for many different reasons.
  4. brandx reblogged this from peaceshannon and added:
    Yep, you’re totally right - “anti-adoption” sells more ink, because YE GODS what kind of hateful blackguard would ever...
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