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In her recent work on feminism and capitalism, Nancy Fraser has insisted on the necessity to resist the neoliberal cooptation of feminist discourse and to combine the critique of gender inequality with the critique of capitalism. Arruzza accepts Nancy Fraser’s invitation to think again about the structural connection between gender and sexual oppression and capitalist social relations. She critically discusses the liberal feminist notion that capitalism has led and can still lead to greater emancipation from gender and sexual oppression, and that the oppression of women and of sexuality is only a vestige of a pre-capitalist past. As capitalism generates gender and sexual oppression in various ways and new forms, these kinds of oppression cannot be considered simply as a remnant from a pre-capitalist past.
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