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This month, we're focusing in on intersectional feminism. Sign up with your email and mobile number - we promise never to share them - and let's get started on creating a more equitable world for women and girls.
Most likely you’ve heard about feminism, but you may not have heard of intersectional feminism. Or maybe you’ve heard of it, but you don’t understand what it means or why it matters. We explain all of that, but first here is the general idea: intersectional feminism breaks through the barriers created by all identities with equal respect.
Entire textbooks are devoted to the definition of feminism, but it can be summed up in five simple words. Women and men are equal. We tend to hear stereotypes, like all feminists are man-hating monsters who think women should rule the world, but only with short hair and combat boots. The truth is that feminists come in all shapes and sizes. What does one of the most beautiful woman in America think about feminism?