Oh I am all for “widening”, let me be clear. I’d like feminism to be as wide and inclusive for everyone who feels comfortable claiming the label. I want a trans* inclusive feminism that is aware of racial, class, (dis)abilities, education, immigration and citizenship status, labor practices, the administration of the means of production and resources, etc etc. I WANT a widely encompassing feminism. However, I don’t think that’s a matter of “branding” it. It’s a matter of praxis.

What does rebranding mean for feminism? – Branch

Just leaving this here so I can come back to it later. One of my thoughts on this “rebranding feminism” discussion.

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