Not a Negligible Injustice: How MAP Activism can Save the World

In contemporary discussions about systems of privilege and oppression, the situation of MAPs in society is very rarely mentioned, let alone explored on more than a surface level. It appears as if even people who are aware of the ways in which MAPs are being persecuted often don't give this injustice as much weight as … Continue reading Not a Negligible Injustice: How MAP Activism can Save the World

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Feminist Concepts for MAPs – A Brief Overview

To better understand their own situation in society, a person with one or more discriminated social identities can often find it helpful to learn from the bodies of work, concepts, and ideas other marginalized groups have been developing to deal with oppression. Yet, exclusion and seperation frequently happen among, as well as in between, different … Continue reading Feminist Concepts for MAPs – A Brief Overview

Response to “Reconciling Dichotomous Perspectives”

Recently the Global Prevention Project published a post on its website titled Reconciling Dichotomous Perspectives discussing possible approaches to different views between MAPs and mental health professionals. I really liked a previous post by the same author, Privilege, Injustice, & Credibility, for its humbleness and acknowledgement of MAPs' marginalized position in current Western societies. It made … Continue reading Response to “Reconciling Dichotomous Perspectives”