What is Intersectional Feminism? A Definitive Guide
Knowledge

What is Intersectional Feminism? A Definitive Guide

Please note that this post contains references to domestic violence. In the last few years, have you heard the word “intersectionality” thrown around but never gotten quite clear on what it actually means? Perhaps you’ve heard the motto “my feminism will be intersectional or it will be bullshit” (originally proclaimed by Flavia Dzodan) and now…

Welcome to Disorient
Behind the Scenes

Welcome to Disorient

Disorient is a living and growing resource for intersectional feminist thought, education, and activism created by Dr Helena Liu. It’s born out of a charge to bear witness to these times of explicit violence, following Beth Kamunge, Remi Joseph-Salisbury, and Azeezat Johnson’s call to “work towards changing our fates” in the face of systemic oppression. As the blog progresses,…

Blog Launch Goals Report
Behind the Scenes

Blog Launch Goals Report

The idea for Disorient as a definitive resource for intersectional feminist thought, education, and activism came to me on a cold night in June 2020. Over the next four months, I completed courses on blogging and developed the vision and framework for this site. To document my journey through inspiration, bewilderment, and learning, I’ve decided…

Acknowledgment of Country
Behind the Scenes

Acknowledgment of Country

This blog is written in Australia — a settler-colonial state founded on stolen land with the false and racist assertion that it was terra nullius (“no one’s land”). Sovereignty was never ceded. I acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the land on which I write, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation….