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The interests of economic elites are often directly opposed to those of ordinary people, regardless of gender.
A political movement which doesn’t recognise this can’t claim to speak for majority of women, who are disproportionately likely to be in poverty in the UK and across the globe.
But it's not just brands trying to dilute feminism today.
Inclusivity isn't always a good thing, argues Abi Wilkinson.
Pro-capitalist feminism necessarily ignores some of the biggest challenges faced by ordinary women.
We’re never going to see a Nike or H&M advert mention that women are disproportionately represented amongst the world’s poor, as doing so would mean acknowledging their own exploitation of (predominately female) sweatshop labour.After the Women’s March on Washington, there was reasonable debate about whether the pink “pussy hats” worn during the protest were vagina-centric and thus trans exclusionary.Less justifiably, there was also disagreement about whether women who advocate for the criminalisation of abortion should be represented.It’s in the interests of these for-profit corporations to make these messages as bland and uncontroversial as possible.In doing so, they can avoid alienating potential customers, but this limits their political usefulness.In reality, Moran’s point seems to have been about class. Yes, the ruling class is disproportionately male – but the way you attempt to fix things depends on what you think the problem is.