2. A methodology of making any issue too complex to be resolved, thus keeping academic theorists in a job.
2. Viewed synoptically, the intersectionality of the kyriarchy subsumes.
Also used to describe how social inequality is experienced as an "intersection" of several forms of discrimination.
For instance, feminism that totally ignores racism is inevitably going to fall flat on its face, and pretending all social issues boil down to "it's all about claaaaaass!" is an exercise in brainlessness.
People who cry "you're just being divisive! these are separate issues!" are ignoring intersectionality.
"My feminism will be intersectional or it will be bullshit."
2. The act of spreading hate by calling it equality.
3. Extremist ideology that is the polar opposite of racism. (But don't call it reverse racism, because then you're worse than a racist)