…in the late 80’s, the concept was meant to bring attention to coexisting layers of social identity. Today, intersectionality has become a buzzword meant to lend credibility to social agendas that are anything but inclusive. I witnessed this, first hand, last month at the Women’s March.
…ith a fictional shared experience. The same can be said of words like “feminism,” and even “women.” Ultimately, it’s not our shared experiences (real or imagined) that will unite us. It’s acknowledging our differences.