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Climate Justice and Intersectionality in the Arctic

Doris Friedrich

colleagues (2020: 1 ) contend that “the economic, cultural and social systems that contribute to insecurity and the impacts of climate change are deeply rooted in patriarchal and/or colonial histories,” which is why “intersectionality matters.” In its

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Coalition as a counterpoint to the intersectional critique of The Second Sex

Emma McNicol

experience of women at the intersection of multiple forms of oppression, whether that woman is Black, Jewish, indigenous or proletariat. For Belle, the analogy sets up competing frameworks of oppression, privileging gender difference in ways that suggest

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Navigating the Intersection

Refugee and Displaced Girls and Contemporary Feminism

Claudia Mitchell and Ann Smith

In the evolving discourse of contemporary feminism, a critical intersection at the nexus of girlhood studies and the experiences of refugee and displaced girls is evident. We are witnessing unprecedented levels of such displacement because of

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Stages, Streets, and Social Media

Intersectional Feminism and Online Activism in France during the Pandemic

Claire Mouflard

therefore marked a turning point in the public discourse in terms of gender and racial inequalities in French cinema, as it exemplified the intersectionality of the actresses’ fight for equality. Since the advent of the #Balancetonporc and #MeToo movements

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Understanding the Experiences of Ethnoculturally Diverse Boys

Healthy Relationships Approaches in Educational Settings

Caroline Claussen, Jordan Keough, Ceilidh McConnell, Stefan Lewis, and Deinera Exner-Cortens

intersecting aspects of youth's identities (e.g., lived experiences within the intersection of patriarchal and racist systems of oppression) along with an appreciation of the impact of structural inequalities and racism on identity and behavior ( Quam et al

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Chinese Trans Women in Japan and Their Embodied Search for Gender Identity in the Online–Offline Continuum

Xinyu Promio Wang

, reflecting different sets of online and offline social contexts and structural power dynamics and their intersectionality. In this way, I aim to investigate how and to what extent Chinese trans women are connected with the local and transnational queer

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Latina Girls’ Sexual Education in the (New) Latinx Diaspora

Katherine Clonan-Roy

associate sexuality with desire and to develop sexual subjectivities. While the reach of these damaging discourses is arguably universal, I focus here on the intersectional complexities in these sexual lessons in a unique social context. The research

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Leisuring Masculinities in British Indian Childhoods

Explorations at the Intersection of Gender Order and Generational Order

Utsa Mukherjee

of sports and leisure. I specifically draw focus on how these leisure-based masculinities are negotiated within social relationships and thereby interrogate processes that are simultaneously gendered and generationed. Taking an intersectional approach

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“For Girls to Feel Safe”

Community Engineering for Sexual Assault Prevention

Day Greenberg and Angela Calabrese Barton

Kimberlé Crenshaw (1989) argues, such narratives are further complicated by the intersectionality of gender experience in heterogeneous, layered, dynamic realities. Thus, diverse and intersecting contexts, stories, hopes, and concerns frame girls’ efforts

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Toward a Definition of Transnational Girlhood

Catherine Vanner

elements of transnational feminism that are applicable to transnational girlhood, including analysis that connects global structures and localized experiences within nation-states, intersectional lenses that prioritize the voices of traditionally