The article discusses the importance of transnational feminism in confronting oppression and promoting liberation in diverse cultural contexts globally. It highlights the need for reflexivity and positionality in feminist research and practice and the significance of intersectionality in understanding the multidimensional and interactive oppression experienced by individuals. The article also emphasizes the impact of global capitalism and economic exploitation on women’s lives and the need to create a more equitable and just society by recognizing the intersectional nature of oppression. The article concludes by discussing the limitations of a universal approach to feminism and the need for inclusivity.
- Transnational and border-crossing feminisms emphasize intersectionality, social activism, justice, and collaboration to confront oppression and advance liberation globally.
- Self-reflexivity and positionality are essential in transnational feminist research and practice to actively dismantle systems of oppression within ourselves and around us.
- Multicultural feminist and social justice approaches prioritize intersectionality to challenge gender violence and economic disparities, highlighting the urgent need for a more equitable and just society.