Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive
Published in a year of popular and scholarly interest in ‘intersectionality,’ (see
Cho, Crenshaw, and McCall, 2013) Julia Serano’s Excluded: Making Feminist
and Queer Movements More Inclusive (2013) enters the fray of a politics whose
concern is less with matters of exclusion from the mainstream but with feminist
and queer politics itself. Serano’s book aims to expose the ‘fallacies in our
theory and activism’ (5) that lead to ‘narrow’ feminist and queer movements
and, on that basis, to outline ways of thinking about gender and sexuality that
are conducive to the building of an inclusive feminist and queer activism.
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