Conclusion
in Me, not you
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The conclusion argues that to work against political whiteness and resist the intersecting systems that produce sexual violence, white feminists need what Angela Davis calls an ‘intersectionality of struggles’. For instance, connecting campaigns such as #MeToo with prison abolition, activism against workplace sexual misconduct with sex workers’ rights, struggles against reproductive coercion with transgender equality, campaigns against trafficking with campaigns against borders. It also argues that we need to imagine a world without sexual violence – which would also be a world without patriarchy, racial capitalism and colonialism. This would help us to work towards what Mariame Kaba calls ‘non-reformist reforms’ which move us closer to, not further away from, this goal.

Me, not you

The trouble with mainstream feminism

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