"What I find often in the movement is that we’re so busy understanding the fullness of our victimization, we’re forgetting our power to do it to others. That balance needs to be really worked on and achieved so that we can come into the movement in a healthier and more healed fashion. Because I find a lot of people bring their wounded selves to the movement and they think it’s the movement’s job to heal them. And it’s not. The movement’s job is to liberate them; that’s a different project."