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Libby Adler argues that queer critical legal studies has several components.  Descriptively, it seeks to reveal ways that law supports the marginalization of LGBTQ people and reform them in order to achieve formal equality.  It also, however, seeks to advocate for redistribution of benefits and resources in society to support gender and sexual minorities who are most rendered powerless and often not considered in the fight for equality by mainstream LGBTQ legal advocates.

Adler argues that in seeking redistribution of resources in society toward these most vulnerable LGBTQ people, queer critical legal studies can also show how to build alliances and coalitions with other groups–many of them non LGBTQ people–since there are many groups who are similarly marginalized and rendered powerless.  Adler thinks this is a way that queer critical legal studies is not just about special rights for one group, but has a vision of offering remedy for many groups who are oppressed.

In what senses, then, is queer critical legal studies building on the essential elements of previous theories, namely critical legal studies, feminist legal theory, critical race theory, and intersectionality?  Do you think its prescription for social change–revealing oppression in order to build solidarity–is an effective route to deal with any kinds of structure oppression in our society that may exist?  Why or why not?

Be specific and remember to provide reasons for your view that are grounded in the reading for the highest points possible.