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White Like Me: The Incoherent Ramblings of an UnMedicated Adolescent is a collection of poetree written by a trans-racial adoptee coming "out of the fog" of their adoption.
Attempting to reconcile shattered memories and aspirations into an acceptable identity, White Like Me documents the hope, anxiety, and insights that can accompany such a transition.
- White Like Me PDF (60 pages)
- White Like Me MOBI
What exists is purely of my own creation; while the songs available through SoundCloud; well, I'd like to make sure i have permission, and the requisite structures in-place to pay my respects to the producers.
Though all music going forward will be made available here, first. Songs with an asterisk(*) are on-deck to be made available within 96 hours.
- Over / Children of the Stars
- number 2
- idk (scratch)*
- OSOL (scratch)*
- Watch Yourself (scratch)*
- Lucky Star (scratch)*
Essays, memoirs and other written ramblings.
- So You've Been Called a White Supremacist, Now What?
- Diversity Is Not Hiring (forthcoming)
- Malleable Identities (introduction)
- Why White Supremacist? That's So Extreme! (forthcoming)
- You Called Me a Liar!
Every so often, the list of items will get too long; and so it will be packed away into a dated archive.
Presently there are no archives ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
About Culture Clap
Culture Clap was adopted into an evangelical family. Being an only child, a nuanced and peculiar personality was formed.
Unable to find suitable reflections in the community around him, he turned to books as a means of escape. Though in following the wishes of the adopted mother, he was soon performing in annual holiday musicals.
Midway thru high school Taoism was introduced, along with the Gnostic Gospels. Through these books, along with poetry, and music, his mind was able to expand beyond what he had been fed.
Now living out of his backpack, he wanders where the wind takes him.