Framing is important and often overlooked as a significant influence in what people think/decide is worthwhile.

Intersectionality as a concept seems obvious but one of those “uh-huh, I know” things that are perfectly logical in our heads but it helps to actually define it and talk about it because that’s when you realize that practically, in real life ways, consequences of intersectional discrimination are being dismissed. Even within one’s own community, just because you’re not completely described by one word or another, sympathy and support and recognition is often not forthcoming and all of those things are important to start change…


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