3) Margaret Cho | Community Post: 10 Pro-Choice Comedians Who Stand Up For Reproductive Rights

3) Margaret Cho | Community Post: 10 Pro-Choice Comedians Who Stand Up For Reproductive Rights

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Margaret Cho

Margaret Cho

Gay Essential Talks To Margaret Cho

Gay Essential Talks To Margaret Cho

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Margaret Cho:

Margaret Cho:

"For us to have self-esteem is turly an act of revolution.  And our revolution is long overdue." -Margaret Cho

"For us to have self-esteem is turly an act of revolution. And our revolution is long overdue." -Margaret Cho

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The Pool | Life - Today I'm Channelling Margaret Cho #support #motivation #quote

The Pool | Life - Today I'm Channelling Margaret Cho #support #motivation #quote

WORD

WORD

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Margaret Cho is a fully enlightened fabulous diva who is utterly unabashed about sharing her struggles with addiction, racism, and an eating disorder. When a reporter once wondered aloud if her "Korean family was ashamed" of her, she shot back: "Any family would be ashamed of me." That's my mentor, of whom I am so proud. - article about Cho by Kenji Oshima

Margaret Cho is a fully enlightened fabulous diva who is utterly unabashed about sharing her struggles with addiction, racism, and an eating disorder. When a reporter once wondered aloud if her "Korean family was ashamed" of her, she shot back: "Any family would be ashamed of me." That's my mentor, of whom I am so proud. - article about Cho by Kenji Oshima

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MARGARET CHO HO

MARGARET CHO HO

Jemima Kirke  "Feminism is a belief in the equality of the sexes and an awareness that one's biological gender should not have them bound to a specific set of rules. These rules, which in many ways have not changed since the fucking 50s, serve no other function than to keep society and the patriarchy running in a way it has always been running. But the feminism we need today must consider the effects of race and class on gender oppression."

Jemima Kirke "Feminism is a belief in the equality of the sexes and an awareness that one's biological gender should not have them bound to a specific set of rules. These rules, which in many ways have not changed since the fucking 50s, serve no other function than to keep society and the patriarchy running in a way it has always been running. But the feminism we need today must consider the effects of race and class on gender oppression."

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