Hi, I’m Eugene Hung, and I really appreciate your taking the time to visit with me here! My wife and I live in Southern California, and we’re the proud parents of two Asian American daughters, ages thirteen and ten. My experiences with my girls and my advocacy on their behalf provide the fodder for my commentary on parenting, gender, feminism, race, and culture.
In addition to authoring this blog, I’m a public high school teacher, holding California credentials in both math and social studies. I also freelance as a writer and public speaker on women’s rights, masculinity, and relationship and sexual violence prevention. Previously, I worked as an educator at the University of California, Irvine in the Campus Assault Resources and Education (CARE) office. Before that, I was on the paid staff of the nonprofit Man Up Campaign as a movement organizer and digital communications manager. And before even that, I served for more than 12 years as a church minister. I hold a Th.M. degree in leadership, a B.A. in math and political science, and am state-certified to serve as a sexual assault victim advocate.
Most of my previous posts, columns, and articles appeared at AsianceMagazine.com, which hosted my Raising Asian American Daughters blog, and FindingBalance.com, the website for an excellent organization which supports folks struggling with body image and disordered eating issues. I’ve also written for HuffPost, The Mary Sue, Sojourners, Red Letter Christians, Christians for Biblical Equality, 8Asians, Thick Dumpling Skin, Catalytic Women, and the National Park Service. In Southern California, I’ve been a featured speaker at Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Long Beach, Biola University, and UN Women-Los Angeles, as well as a recurring guest for programs by public radio station KPCC. I’m also available for traveling gigs; I’ve been a featured speaker or panelist several times across the country at colleges, conferences, and churches.
The best way to contact me is over social media (see icons on this site); I respond fastest to Twitter. I hope your time here is insightful and heartwarming! I look forward to learning from you, too ☺