Second Shift: Do You Have Intersectionality at Home?
Druhá směna: Máte doma intersekcionalitu?
By Reservation Only
The concept of intersectionality is nearly omnipresent in today’s feminist vocabulary thanks to its ability to connect political movements, emancipating goals, and pluralistic understanding of oppression.
But what is it and what does it mean? And what does the claim that feminism is not feminism unless it is intersectional tells us? Why are not terms like diversity and inclusivity enough for intersectional feminists? What does it mean to be a feminist troublemaker? Take a look into the history of the concept, its pioneers, and examine its specific form in late-stage capitalism.