Just as every person’s life experience is different, so too is their experience with money. In an attempt to share as many perspectives as possible, Femme Frugality hosts a series of stories on intersectional finances.
Here are a few of the intersections where people experience money differently because of systemic oppression:
- Sexual orientation.
- Socioeconomic class.
- The list goes on.
Each piece in the series is directed by its author, who lives at the intersection about which they write.
This series is ongoing. If you’re interested in contributing, please get in get in touch.
If you’re here to read, we’re happy to have you and encourage you to browse! Be sure to check back often as new pieces will be added. If you feel so moved, the best way to interact with an author’s story is to leave a comment on their individual post.
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