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Negative Privilege Detienne’s examples suggest that comparison is called off where some- thing seen as uniquely good is at stake, where there is a danger of rel- ativizing some jealously guarded claim to national or cultural dignity. But a similar resistance to comparison arises where the uniquely bad is thought to lurk.The permissibility of comparisons is presented as an epistemic matter (a matter of knowing what is and is not comparable) but is more accurately described as ethical (a matter of knowing what it is right and wrong to compare). Between the

a Neoli- beral Politics of Normalisation«. In: Nina Laurie/Liz Bondi (Hg.), Working the Spaces of Neoliberalism: Activism, Professionalisa- tion and Incorporation, Malden/Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, S. 122-142. Seidman, Steven (2005): »From Outsider to Citizen«. In: Elizabeth Bernstein/Laurie Schaffner (Hg.), Regulating Sex: The Politics of Intimacy and Identity, New York/London: Routledge, S. 225-247 Weeks, Jeffrey (2003): Sexuality, New York/London: Routledge. PRIVILEGING OPPRESSION. CONTR ADICTIONS IN INTERSECTIONAL POLITICS Antonio (Jay) Pastrana, Jr

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