With 2018 rapidly approaching, E. Young wonders if it’s possible to create intersectional, inclusive media for a changing world.
On International Women’s Day, some women are feeling left out by exclusionary rhetoric and policy priorities.
Far from being a cohesive event, the Women’s March on Washington is fractured by failures of intersectionality and infighting.
On International Women’s Day, don’t forget the importance of intersectionalism in feminist discourse. Middle Eastern women are far from oppressed.
While the online abuse mothers (and their intersections) are subject to is different than that childless, white, cisgender women receive, it is, also, specifically gendered, and needs to be a part of this conversation.