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Response to kjones (Reply #6)

Wed May 6, 2015, 01:09 PM

7. If the idea of intersectionality were useful, you could use it in reverse.

 

Take a group of people who share the same (unknown) characteristics, measure their health, their joblessness, their crime victimization, their education, their mental and emotional health, and be able to predict with some certainty what racial/gender/age/disability characteristics they have.

You could actually do this of course, but it would require abandoning everything we think we know about gender privilege.

The reverse engineering of privilege would be an excellent masters thesis.

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