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glitter_v0id wrote

Yep. Those people. Those people who can't for a second see that class issues, feminist issues, race issues, gender issues, ableism issues, ALL INTERSECT and you cannot address one without addressing them all.

Unfortunately every aspect of this intersection seems to have its group who feels the others can be addressed "later".. Least common in ableism i've noticed probably because its intersection with race and gender - and by nature of these, socioeconomic class - is harder to ignore but they still exist.

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ziq wrote

"We can tackle that after the revolution" is about the cringiest thing any radical can say.

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glitter_v0id wrote

I'm genuinely unsure how you can reach this kind of radical without recognizing this intersection... it clearly happens but seeing the intersection was my tipping point.