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Active Participation in Change

Encouraging active involvement in creating a more inclusive and understanding society, whether through personal actions or broader advocacy.

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INFP-T and Enneagram 4: I am an introspective, empathetic, creative, and individualistic person who values authenticity.

Gain clarity on Judith Butler’s theories on gender performativity through Abigail Thorn’s personal insights, anecdotes, and a fictional conversation with a past self to illustrate the fluidity and social construction of gender, highlighting the implications of these ideas on identity and society.

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