Theorising intersectionality and sexuality
Summary, in English
sexual citizens’ (3), if it is connected to empirical work and engages actual experiences.
In their introduction, the editors work with the mixed bag of historicity that the term intersectionality invokes. Theorising intersectionality and sexuality has its starting point in the reflection that while the vocabulary of intersectional analysis is expanded, sexuality easily is conflated into gender, or counted as possible but ultimately ignorable ‘etc.’, haunting what so easily gets positioned as the margins of feminist analysis. Thus, raising the question of the role of sexuality in intersectional work is questioning researchers’ and activists’understanding of how we negotiate the differences among feminists and our differing understandings of feminism.
- Gender Studies
- ISSN: 1360-0516