Tag Archives: identity politics

Vive la liberté! (Part 1 of, I dunno, 50?)

Got another email. Okay, let’s see what your new favourite guy has to say. I’m not going to bother with the host, because he’s already revealed himself to be exactly as intelligent as he looks. (I’ll be doing this on … Continue reading

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See: ‘intersectionality’

From Musing about Orwell’s ‘Politics and the English Language’—50 years later: One of the more foolish thoughts currently making the circuit is the insistence that everything is reducible to identity politics, that we are only the sum of our race, class, … Continue reading

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More like interSEXYnality, AMIRITE?

It’s your lucky day. I’ve just been reading the European Journal of Women’s Studies (2006; 13[3]) and I’ve whipped up a tl;dr version for those of you without the time/journal access/interest to read it for yourselves. Frankly, that really ought to … Continue reading

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