Jason Tseng

Jason Tseng


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Jason Tseng has been a Project Contributor since August 2008, has written 117 entries and currently lives in New York, NY.

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Jason Tseng: Recently Filed

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Busting Bunty Berman: A Primer in Microaggressions

Filed by Jason Tseng | May 12, 2013 | 10:00 AM | comments

While we weren't expecting an overly receptive crowd, but the amount of hostility and negativity we received in the forms of numerous microaggressions really shocked me.Read More


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Bunty Berman Presents: A Transphobic, Homophobic, Culturally Insensitive Night of Musical Theatre

Filed by Jason Tseng | May 03, 2013 | 2:33 PM | comments

I would issue a spoiler warning, but it's hard to spoil something so rotten.Read More


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Immigration Reform: A Constellation of Challenges

Filed by Jason Tseng | March 31, 2013 | 12:00 PM | comments

As the talks on immigration reform in Washington heat up, it's vital that we continue to inject our LGBT stories into the debate. It's also important to expand the discourse of LGBT immigration issues beyond the rights of bi-national couples.Read More


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Billy the Vampire Slayer

Filed by Jason Tseng | September 11, 2012 | 11:00 AM | comments

Now, with the help of the ever amazing and frequent Whedon-collaborator Jane Espenson (credits include Buffy, Battlestar Galactica, Torchwood, and Husbands), the very first gay male slayer is being introduced to the buffyverse. Read More


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Earth 2's Sam: Heterosexism & Narrative Violence in Comics

Filed by Jason Tseng | July 11, 2012 | 1:30 PM | comments

For the past few weeks, the queer comic-verse has been spinning with news of Marvel and DC's competing LGBT announcements: '90s groundbreaking gay character Northstar's nuptials to boyfriend Kyle; and the introduction of a gay iteration of the iconic first Green Lantern Alan Scott. Here at Scarlet Betch, we were even more excited when previews for the introductory issue included the first appearance of Scott's boyfriend, Sam, a CEO from Hong Kong, and presumably a queer Asian character.Read More