6. Her Ruthless Checking Of Privilege
Again, let's remember that 10 Things I Hate About You came out in the late '90s, and as such, is decidedly not a part of the deluge of thankfully-much-more-PC media that we consume today.

This context can lend us more understanding of Kat's character, then, and respect for her ruthless checking of privilege when ignorant white boys would try to step to her in the classroom. Wherever she went, Kat unabashedly clapped back — although she is undoubtedly in a position of privilege herself, as a young white woman clearly living in upper-middle-class suburbia. 

So Kat's brand of feminism wasn't exactly intersectional. We can understand the context of it a little better, however, based on the climate of the decade. And we can still enjoy her derogatory comments against the patriarchy, like her snarky clap back to Joey about how "in this society, being male and an asshole makes you worthy of our time." Bless you for that one, Kat.