Intersectionality In History

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To illustrate history, women have not always had an specific place in society, but the views that society has held for women is far from how women see themselves in this day in time. With regards as time has come and gone women have evolved just like technology. Women have overcome many milestones in life, speaking from historically standpoint. We all know that our great grandmothers’ only took care of the home, the children and their husband. In those days’ women were seen as caregivers and women were told that they had to be submissive to their husbands. Women did not have any rights, it is supposed to be a man’s world, but without a woman what would the world be like.
Specifically, women are the foundation of life; we nurture the things to come. More importantly, taking a glimpse at the narration of women’s right and history that comes along with it. It shows that women have made
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Intersectionality is deemed as “The interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage”. There are loads of women nowadays that are still disregarded, women experiencing hardship, disease, and other issue that may allow women to feel as if they are not a part of the solution of the world’s problems.
In the Article, am not I a Woman? Revisiting Intersectionality, the author’s state, “She enacts dispersal and dissemination both in terms of being members of a historical diaspora, but equally, in the sense of disarticulating, rupturing and de-centering the precariously sutured complacency and self-importance of certain feminisms” (Brahe e t., al 2004 p. 78). Although this may be true in some ways, a woman is considered to be needed at the will of others. All women are diminished not because of their color but by their
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