One of the great mysteries of recent years is the exact rank ordering of the Intersectional Pyramid of Privilege. We know that it was invented to elevate black women over black men and white women. And it goes without saying that straight white men are at the bottom.
But what about more subtle questions like how does a Muslim immigrant straight man from a fairly white-adjacent place like Malaysia match up with a Jewish lesbian from Park Slope? Who wins?
Market researchers have been using conjoint analysis for generations to measure consumers’ preference tradeoffs when shopping.
Has conjoint analysis _ever_ been used to nail down the status rank order on the Intersectional Totem Pole?