Amandla shared how their idea of intersectional feminism has evolved in an interview with Teen Vogue:
"I never did not identify as a feminist, but I didn't know where I belonged because I didn't see myself represented. As I started to explore my gender identity, I didn't know how I could claim the title of feminist without subscribing to the gender binary. I thought I had to be a proud woman to be a feminist. Then I came to the realization that I can be proud of women without necessarily identifying as one. A lot of people are rejecting the binary — that's the future of feminism."