In her article ‘The Complexity of Intersectionality’ (2005), Leslie McCall wonders why ‘despite the emergence of intersectionality as a major paradigm of research in women’s studies and elsewhere, there has been little discussion of how to study intersectionality; that is, of its methodology’ (1771). In response to her question, she puts forward three methodological perspectives: ‘anticategorical complexity’, ‘intracategorical complexity’ and ‘intercategorical complexity’.