Identity is an important part of every human being. Having a strong sense of self and recognizing one's own tendencies, traits, likes and dislikes, and other unique characteristics allows people to explore life and express themselves in the way they like the best. However, identity crisis has become a much more common occurrence over the past few years. There are multiple reasons for this, but a major one is that a large amount of young people now has been raised on the internet and feel lost and low about themselves. Also, understanding of identity has greatly increased at the same time, causing more people to question their own identities. Intersectionality, a somewhat new sect of identity theory, describes aspects of identity as intersections, and individuals with rarer or historically oppressed aspects of identity are considered intersectional people. For example, a person with low socioeconomic standing that is also an immigrant would be considered intersectional. Understanding one's own identity intersections and respecting the intersections of others is paramount in society.