intersectionality makes sense, but if you wanted to describe the type of domination we live under, with some power being given out to broad groups of society to be expressed in certain directions, couldn't you just say "The dominant culture?" or "power-relations?"
if Kyrios means master, and archos means master, is a kyriarch, like, a double master?
And here is another thing that wikipedia told me that makes me suspicious of this term. It was coined by a feminist theologian, and the root-word kyrios has a religious connotation, sometimes meaning god, lord, ruler, or master. It seems kind of creepy to me to deify those with privilege and power.
I guess I can see using the term kyriarchy as a step forward from the limitations of the term patriarchy, but it seems to carry with it a sort of empty redundancy. Was the term hierarchy not good enough?