When thinking about feminist analysis and ideas, I am usually much more interested in what we don’t say, that which we don’t speak about than in what we do say. More often than not, the unsaid masks the underlying, unaddressed violence that continues festering and poisoning us. This is the reason why, for instance, I continuously feel the need to bring up a rape victim’s ethnicity. We don’t speak of it. We do not address the violence. As if this violence was removed from history and our bodies. As if this violence had always been the same across the board.

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