Intersectionality - Wikipedia
Intersectionality's premises have been characterized by some libertarian-leaning skeptics as manifested similarly to religious faith. Notably, for example, public intellectual Andrew Sullivan has argued that intersectionality manifests itself "almost as a religion. It posits a classic orthodoxy through which all of human experience is explained—and through which all speech must be filtered. Its version of original sin is the power of some identity groups over others. To overcome this sin, you need first to confess, i.e., 'check your privilege,' and subsequently live your life and order your thoughts in a way that keeps this sin at bay." David A. French also agrees with Sullivan's conclusion, equating intersectionality's proponents to extremist Christian fundamentalists.
Otherwise this looks like the state views property rights as sacrosanct. The capitalist model starts to fall apart fast if people who own that capital are under threat of it being taken from them. There's no way all those landlords in the fine gay party will not fight for a fellow landlord.
Both groups are clowns at best, in the end they are mostly puppets fighting for the benefit of the non native irish.