7 Ways Social Justice Language Can Become Abusive in Intimate Relationships

Thom, Kai Cheng

Publisher:  Everyday Feminism
Date Written:  17/02/2017
Year Published:  2017  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX20359

A list of signs that social justice language is being used abusively in a relationship



there is a difference between expressing oppressive relationship dynamics in order to expose privilege and incite self-reflection, and manipulating the language of social justice to win a fight with your partner.

There is a big difference between pointing out that your partner is more privileged than you and using that fact as an excuse for hitting them.

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