To Categorize, or Not To Categorize, That is The Question (Part 1)

In my last post, I talked about categories, particularly race and gender. Let’s dive farther into the general idea of categories this week. Our brain’s ability and need to categorize serves a base function in our day-to-day lives. Think about the sheer VOLUME of information your brain processes in nanoseconds–size, shape, smell, taste, color, texture, […]

Let’s Talk Intersectionality

How do you categorize yourself? Do you think of yourself primarily in singular terms of gender and race, such as “I’m a man” or “I’m a person of color”? Do you ever think about how your categories overlap? Let’s take me, for example. I’m a woman. And I’m white. While I’m frequently aware of my […]