Wonda Collective aims at informing and mobilizing for a feminist future, which we believe the way to do is through building a feminist community. 


But as in the words of the revolutionary Audre Lorde: “community must not mean a shedding of our differences, nor the pathetic pretense that these differences do not exist”. To work together and collectively organize, we do not have to be a mixture of identical people. Instead, investigating our differences and the contradictions between our differences will help us towards our common goal. 


In this media content Wonda Collective investigates the differences by interviewing different intersectional activists. What does feminism mean for them? Do they feel the feminist movement acknowledges their experience and what topic do they think we should mobilize on? 

Jacqui, they/them part of GeenDorHout and Feminists Against Ableism.