Liberal discourse has argued against the pathology of differences that stem from being gendered or racialized. Yet, liberal discourse continues to pathologize the differences that derive from disabilities whether physical, mental, and/or developmental. This paper considers the position of a woman who is the site of the coming together of being gendered, being aboriginal, and being psychiatrized, and argues that her vitalism that has been psychiatrized benefits her subjectivity.
"Vitalism: Subjectivity Exceeding Racism,Sexism and (Psychiatric) Ableism,"
Wagadu: A Journal of Transnational Women's & Gender Studies: Vol. 4:
1, Article 11.
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