Category Archives: feminism

  1. Let’s talk intersectionality!

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    April 11, 2022 by Cláudia

    Intersectionality is a buzzword that has been gaining traction, in particular within the feminist movement. In this post, we’ll have a further look into this concept, its scope, and how it could be applied to designing a more equitable society.

  2. Invisible labour

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    February 8, 2022 by Cláudia

    The unequal division of housework on heterosexual masks a number of inequalities experienced by women, who often find themselves overwhelmed by invisible, unpaid, and unappreciated work.

  3. The patriarchy harms men too | An updated take

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    May 10, 2021 by Cláudia

    In a previous post, I argued that feminism did not centre the male experience enough. While acknowledging some of the important points I made, this post explains how I was misguided in my analysis.

  4. To my fellow white feminists – we need to do better

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    August 11, 2020 by Cláudia

    I’ve not always identified as a feminist, but it has been one of my epithets for a few years now. …
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  5. Feminism should be about men too.

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    October 8, 2017 by Cláudia

    This post no longer reflects my current views on feminism and furthers some harmful misconceptions about the feminist movements. For …
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  6. Hi, I’m a slut. But what does that mean?

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    March 11, 2016 by Cláudia

      I, as I would argue, every girl that interacts with society, have been called a slut. I am also not …
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