4 Reasons Demanding 'Objectivity' in Social Justice Debates Can Be Oppressive - Everyday Feminism
Dan Taeyoung

Picture this: You're scrolling through Facebook or Twitter when you come across an important discussion on something that affects you personally - like, say, sexual assault when you've been sexually violated before. Since it's something that's very important to you, you decide to contribute to the discussion by offering your personal perspective, experience, and feelings around the subject.