Skip to comments.New website allows you to check your ‘intersectionality’ score
Posted on 12/01/2018 4:28:37 PM PST by DFG
Even a casual follower of campus happenings has probably heard of the term intersectionality by now.
Coined by critical race theorist Kimberlé Crenshaw of UCLA and Columbia Law Schools, intersectionality originally was a way to help explain the oppression of African-American women. In Crenshaws own words, intersectionality is
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Intersectionality score calculator:
Your intersectionality score: 8
You are more privileged than 84% of others!
14. But if I were a female transgender Jewish Muslim my score would jump to 45.
Am I the only one who couldn’t give a rat’s hindquarters what my “intersectionality” score is?
The word is meaningless. It abounds with silliness, and defines the individual as one pretty much unable to use the language.
The source is as much an intellectual as the house mouse.
It’s long past time to give these folks the middle finger and long derisive laugh that they deserve.
They are dumbasses.
And should be treated as such.
Stupid waste of time
Back to football game
LOL, my score is 8! Funny how it plummeted each time I moved a slider - white, male, devout Christian... made it fall faster than an Acme anvil.
Liberals are delusional snowflakes filled with irrational fears of everything.
My score was 20.
That probably makes me a commie around here.
21 because I wasn’t born in the UK. If I assume that to mean “US” for Americans, I’m down to a nice solid 14.
Had never heard the term...But decided to take a few minutes away from oppressing others and took the quiz...My score was 6, but I’m pretty sure I can do better...
Alas, I still don’t care...Dang! Where did I leave my whip?
Not taking the test. No question: “Do you give a rip?”
I’m a straight white college educated male ... do I even qualify for this test ???
3. More privileged than 99%.
Ha! Double HA!
Stupid idiots think anything American is bad.
I’m a 6! I love how its advice tells me to do things that would negatively impact my life in every way..
I think not being illiterate means you are overqualified for this test.
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