Guardian exclusive – Russell Brand writes on how to solve problems of political participation and social exclusion by shagging pop stars
How an Empirical Validation of Intersectionality Helped Me Score with Katy Perry
by Russell Brand
Intersectionality – the notion that subjectivity is constituted by mutually reinforcing vectors of race, gender, class, and sexuality – is a primary theoretical tool which is increasingly being recognised by men themselves as an essential ingredient for hitting home runs with big league American pop stars of their choice.
This awareness is an important part of an increasing recognition that modern-day notions of masculinity in the service of theorizing genderised identities of race and gender as social processes in society are becoming an imperative prerequisite if you’re looking to get a bit of top class rumpy-pumpy with a US superstar.
It has become obvious to most men that critiques of identity politics and a detailed analysis of the assumptions underpinning intersectionality serve…
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