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- adj. separable
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I do not know that I have any printable stuff just now — separatable stuff, that is — but I shall have by and by.
I do not know that I have any printable stuff just now -- separatable stuff, that is -- but I shall have by and by.
In particular, it’s problematic even if it’s sometimes useful to treat gender, trans, and queer oppression are neatly separatable, because all of them are based on the same assumptions about the immutable importance of what’s between our legs when we’re born and how we’re therefore supposed to act.
*I’m actually really uncomfortable classifying “Black people” and “women” as though they were 2 easily-separatable groups with no overlap, because I hate it when it’s assumed that a) feminism is mostly about white women or b) Black women’s experiences with racism don’t have a place in informing feminism