Janet Mock's book, Redefining Realness, was one of my favorite memoirs of 2013! :) In it, she narrates her experience as a Black trans girl and mahu (an indigenous Hawai'ian term reclaimed for our contemporary moment) growing up in Los Angeles and Hawai'i.
For this conversation, it might be helpful to reflect on how Mock's narrative exemplifies intersectionality (one of the key concepts of Module 2).
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Running head: LIVELY CONVERSATION
Feminism is a concept that has helped women a great deal by shedding a light and
addressing some of the oppressive issues which have been facing them. But many times some
women will allude that feminism has not really helped them given that its effect has not trickled
down to create any ef...
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