Intersectionality Potential Endless

So let’s start out with a basic explanation of Intersectionality like the video above. It could probably be presented to your grade school child. It’s basic stuff, right? Easy to understand. Then try the next video and it becomes crystal clear that it may not be all that simple. If you are over 40 this might not be all that interesting and if you are over 50 you could be eligible for offensive comment and if you are over 60 you’re most likely a hater and if you are over 70 your wisdom attained on earth is absolutely worthless.

Washington Schools to Teach Gender Identity Curriculum in Kindergarten Family Policy Institute of Washington

Beginning in Kindergarten, students will be taught about the many ways to express gender. Gender expression education will include information about the manifestations of traits that are typically associated with one gender. Crossdressing is one form of gender expression. Must read

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Only a Kindergartner could understand Intersectionality. Canadians are about ten years ahead in this delusional Social Justice War where even the Left fights with the Left for attention.

 

The best thing that you could do for your little one is to fasten a helmet with headphones over their little heads and play Barney the Dinosaur songs to prepare them for the New Age, when all Xenophobes will become extinct. 

 

Intersectionality The Washington Post

Although the term was originally used to describe how race and gender could intersect as forms of oppression, intersectionality has broadened to encompass a number of additional social factors — sexual orientation, nationality, class, disability and others. And more recently, the term has been used by social activists as both a rallying cry for more expansive progressive movements and a chastisement for their limitations.

But the growing focus on the concept has resulted in backlash and confusion. Some critics believe that a fixation on intersectionality resurrects and empowers “identity politics,” reinforcing harmful structures of gender, race and class that the progressive movement was meant to break down. Others say that the term is leading to infighting within the feminist movement, encouraging “privilege-checking” as a form of bullying and silencing. And yet others say that the movement for intersectionality remains all talk and no action — while the need to recognize different identities spawns thinkpieces aplenty, intersectionality still isn’t reflected in law, policy or day-to-day action. Are these concerns valid? What does intersectionality look like outside of the academy, and why — if at all — does it remain necessary?