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Judith Butler

The very subject of women is no longer understood in stable or abiding terms.

Butler argues that the constitutions of gender are not constructed in isolation and there is no pure or completely autonomous woman. The binary normalizations of identity are no longer sufficient to understand the intersectionality of feminist projects. Butler also explains that it is necessary to shift from women studies to gender studies for an objective identification and evaluation of social constructions.