Rethinking Feminist Debates about Healthcare
Medical Entanglements uses intersectional feminist, queer, and crip theory to move beyond “for or against” approaches to medicine. Drawing on case studies, the book argues that most medical interventions will simultaneously reinforce inequality and alleviate individual suffering. Thus, the book argues that feminists should allow individuals choice in regards to medical intervention, while working to dismantle systems of oppression.
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