This chapter focuses on meta-questions and analyses of political science intersectionality research. It argues that there is an omission project occurring in published political science research generally and within intersectionality research specifically. The chapter examines the relationship between the novel, The Help, and intersectionality research. It shows how the cultural and academic phenomena at times mirror each other and also reinforce and normalize the treatment of Black women. Social science research in general, and in particular intersectionality research do not exist in a vacuum; instead, they embody power hierarchies evident in the wider society. Intersectionality as a theoretical concept has permeated various fields of study within political science. The increasing use of intersectionality as a research tool, theoretical concept, and so forth, has not been without debate. Indeed, this discussion on the merits and challenges of intersectionality theory is fascinating and thought provoking.