Intersectionality is worldview which examines the overlap between various different identities, and how those different overlapping identities create different forms of privilege or discrimination. For example, many early feminists movements were focused on the struggles primarily of white women, and those an Intersectional theorist might claim that they did not fully fight for the rights of all women. Identities commonly discusesed by Intersectionality theorists include class, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, race, religion, disability status, and more.
How to draw
- Draw a ball and fill it with white.
- Draw two circles in grey on it, so that they intersect.
- Fill the left circle with green, the right circle with red and the intersection with yellow.
- Draw eyes and you're done.
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