In 2019, I had the privilege of being the invited keynote speaker for the 50th anniversary conference of the professional organization that shaped my entire life’s work, the Association for Women in Psychology. This article expands on that speech, in which I highlight the ways in which the radical vision of feminist psychology has both invaded and been coopted by mainstream psychologies. I invite the readers to consider how to remain standing in the position of a critical intersectional feminist psychologist no matter how embedded one has become in the mainstream, and to maintain a strategy of subverting dominant paradigms in psychology while making intersectional feminist goals transparent.
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Brown, L.S. (2019). Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Association for Women in Psychology: A life in feminist psychology. A long and interesting journey from Ft. Wayne to Newport. Sex Roles 81, 647-655.