The experiences of inequality and power are C Level Contact List not unequivocal, but gender identities or class or racialized positions intersect and combine with the different situations of power existing at each moment or circumstance. The essential analytical C Level Contact List contribution is that race, gender or class cannot be understood as singular variables, nor only as incremental elements of inequality, but rather as interconnected modalities of power through which to reconstruct identities, experiences and practices.7. In this way, an attempt was made to avoid the problems C Level Contact List of invisibility that affected the Afro-American feminist collective in the 1980s.8. This orientation requires addressing the complexity of situations of inequality at a time when there is a demand for recognition of the different life options that.
Individuals and groups exercise with increasing C Level Contact List conviction and strength, also trying to understand the scenarios of change and fluidity of situations that contrast with more fixed and essentialist visions. The influence of this orientation has grown in C Level Contact List the debate on social policies, although it is also questioned that it generates a great fragmentation of situations and positions that weakens the central axis of conflict, centered on the capitalist C Level Contact List system and its intrinsic inequitable consequence.9. The reconstruction of rights is a priority, but it should be done from parameters different from those that promoted the paradigms of the second post-war period.
The construction of equity scenarios that make it C Level Contact List possible to compensate for unequal conditions (and, therefore, the insufficiency of the logic of equal opportunities) continues to be fully valid and peremptory. But this must be made compatible with the C Level Contact List dynamics of recognition of diversity, since the requirement that everyone has the C Level Contact List right to be as they want to be, while at the same time being equal to others as citizens, seems irreversible.