This chapter will focus on three key feminist contributions to the ethical analysis of issues in end-of-life care: a relational conception of selves and autonomy, intersectionality and associated empirical evidence including evidence about various inequalities and sources of inequality in end-of-life care. Those contributions will be illustrated by examples drawn from five areas of end-of-life care: advance care planning and advance directives, the withholding or withdrawal of life-sustaining interventions, palliative care, palliative sedation and medical assistance in dying. Adopting a feminist approach provides important concepts, insights and evidence that renders our ethical analysis more complex, robust, complete, critical and inclusive.