Feminism without accounting for intersectionality is essentially Whiteness from a White middle class (in outlook, if not in fact) women’s “me too” perspective. Blackness without accounting for intersectionality can often be a cover for misogyny and sexism, and can easily contradict anti-racist thoughts and actions. My random thoughts for the morning after listening to Alanis Morissette’s “Uninvited” for the umpteenth time. Need to add to my latest piece.
Feminism and Blackness
26 Thursday May 2016