Intersectionality-informed: It is possible that certain principles of the concept of intersectionality are implemented in a specific project while others are not, or to a lesser extent. The concept of intersectionality itself does not imply a hierarchy of the different principles; all principles are equally important. As such, in order to make it clear that different principles of intersectionality often experience a different weighting in practice, we speak of intersectionality-informed research rather than of intersectional research. In intersectionality-informed research, the weighting of the principles should be made transparent and possible consequences of this emphasis for the interpretation of the results should be critically discussed. In this way, a dilution of the intersectionality concept can be prevented.