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Brownworth | Special Contributor When bell hooks died on Dec. 15, 2021, it was a gut-punch. There was no time when hooks’ extraordinary writing and feminist and lesbian theorizing was not part of the queer community.

There was no time when the community imagined that hooks’ voice would not always be in the forefront of our collective consciousness on intersectionality and queer theory and praxis.

Intersectionality has become a political and cultural buzzword recently, yet few have read the intersectional essays of hooks or Kimberlé Crenshaw, who invented that concept and wrote (and continues to write, in the case of Dr.

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