INTERSECTIONALITY’S BENEFITS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH Intersectionality is preferably matched to participate the ranks of other critical theories such as for instance critical competition theory50–52 as well as other feminist53 and gender54–56 theories placed on general public medical issues. Intersectionality is a specially close ally of critical competition concept. Certainly, key intersectionality theorists such as for example Kimberle Crenshaw57 and Patricia Hill Collins7 will also be critical battle theorists. Developed into the 1970s by appropriate scholars, solicitors, and activists, critical race…