- (sociology, social sciences) Based on or informed by theories of intersectionality.
- 2008, Lisa Guerrero, Teaching Race in the 21st Century, page 79:
- Aside from these general challenges, I address issues of self-hate, shame, anger, and frustration by bringing in the intersectionalist perspective of domination.
- Committed to or interested in ideas of intersectionality.
- 2014, Sophie Hannah, The Poetry of Sex, page introduction:
- It is possible that, by the time this anthology is published, the only sexual fantasies still legal in the UK will be those that feature Ed Miliband in conversation with a group of intersectionalist feminists who check their privilege every thirty seconds.
intersectionalist (plural intersectionalists)
- (sociology, social sciences) A proponent of intersectionality.
- 2005, Naomi Zack, Inclusive Feminism: A Third Wave Theory of Women's Commonality, page 75:
- What feminists, especially intersectionalists, have been imagining as identities needs to be exchanged for descriptions of social circumstances.
- One committed to or advocating intersectional relations, bonds among or across groups.
- 1959, Literary History of the United States, Robert Ernest Spiller, page 311:
- An actual and not a merely philosophic intersectionalist was William Gilmore Simms of Carolina.