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Academic Integrity & Citations

Thank you to students and learners of all paths who use this site as a resource for intersectional feminist thought and activism.

I hope you’ll join our mission to decolonize our minds and dismantle the interlocking systems of oppression in the world.

Please note that while I warmly encourage you to read my articles, do take care if you decide to use any of my materials in school assignments that you adhere to your institution’s academic integrity policy and student code.

Depending on your college or university, you may be expected to find and consult peer-reviewed academic texts instead of a website. If you can and do choose to quote materials from this website, please include a proper citation to the article.

See the examples below of how articles should be referenced in your assignments in APA (7th edition), Harvard, and MLA styles.

APA (7th edition)

Format: Surname, Initial(s). (Year, Month Day). Title of article. <URL>

Example: Liu, H. (2020, November 1). What is intersectional feminism? A definitive guide.


Format: Surname, Initial(s) Year, Title of article, viewed Day Month Year, <URL>.

Example: Liu, H 2020 What is intersectional feminism? A definitive guide, viewed 31 December 2020.


Format: Surname, First Name. “Title of article.” Website, Day Month Year, <URL>. Accessed Day Month Year.

Example: Liu, Helena. “What is intersectional feminism? A definitive guide.” Disorient, 1 Nov. 2020, Accessed 31 December 2020.

Need Another Referencing Style?

Take a look at this resource from my alma mater, the University of Sydney.

Due to limitations of my time, I’m unable to provide help with your assignments.