CREATE. CONQUER. CHANGE.
Together, We Can.
Welcome to my site!
Here, I share all of my personal work and everything I am passionate about.
"Your greatest weapons are your voice, your mind, and your heart. So use that and use the person that you are and the person that you become, to help others and change the world." - Jay Wong
"Be the change you want to see in the world." - Mahatma Gandhi
A BIT ABOUT ME:
Hi, my name is Jay Wong. I am currently a medical student, and I graduated from Yale University.
My roots are in Fujian, China. I was born and raised on Long Island, in New York. Personal identities include: LGBTQIAP+, first-generation, low SES, Asian-American.
Advocate, vanguard, and proponent of gay/MSM civil liberties, sex-positivity, kink/fetish normalization, beauty in all shapes and sizes and colors, disability rights, mental health reform, decriminalization of drug use, prison-industrial complex abolition, democratic capitalism with a moral conscience (wealth redistribution), termination of international warfare.
This site is to share my thoughts, showcase my personal work, and welcome others into my life and my world. I invite you to explore my site, learn about my passions, and explore what excites and interests you as well.
Above all, never stop talking about the things that matter or fighting for the changes that mean the most to you.
"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure."
- Marianne Williamson
"Communication Leads to Education Leads to Understanding Leads to Change." - Jay Wong
Published Author and Contributing Writer for KevinMD since 2020. My profile and all of my Op-Eds can be found here:
MAGIC AS MEDICINE
Making the Impossible Possible
"One of the things I have always loved about magic is its ability to connect with literally anyone, give them hope and happiness, and alter their perception of an imperfect reality. Magic not only heals but also inspires, and teaches anyone and everyone that no matter who you are, things that seem impossible, are in fact, possible." - Jay Wong