This chapter develops an intersectional feminist framework by drawing on five philosophical subdisciplines relevant to intersectional feminism: (1) feminist philosophy, (2) critical race theory, (3) queer theory, (4) critical disability theory, and (5) intersectionality theory. It holds that intersectional feminism is committed to the following five principles: (i) foregrounding intersections of injustice, oppression, and adversity; (ii) actively combating injustice, oppression, and adversity; (iii) using an ameliorative method; (iv) using a relational method; and (v) using a non-ideal theoretical method. The rest of the book seeks to employ these principles to critique existing paradigms of responsibility and develop an intersectional feminist alternative.