This chapter presents reflections on intersectional feminism in applied sport psychology from the perspective of a straight, White, able-bodied, cisgender male graduate student. The author discusses his rationale for embodying an identity as a feminist sport psychology professional, and what his feminism looks like in practice. Among other issues, the chapter explores: ethical/professional implications of feminism in sport psychology, the author’s personal experiences as a former athlete navigating masculinity in sport, the role of guilt and discomfort in feminist growth, the importance of challenging silence and resisting performative allyship, and relational cultural theory as a framework for understanding feminist applied sport psychology.