Harraway's Argumentative Analysis

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This statement does not consider the differences found within sexuality and gender. It also links back to the week 11 podcast and Harraway's vehemence against this type of feminism, one that homogenizes women as all having the same existence without considering the true intersectional nature of gender.and sexuality.

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