Horsexe: Essay on Transsexuality


      Horsexe: Essay on Transsexuality
Nonfiction Transsexuality answers to the dream of pushing back, or even eliminating altogether, the limits marking the frontiers of reality The male transsexual, who claims to have a woman s soul imprisoned in a man s body, and who often demands correction of this error through surgery, is perhaps the only believer in a monolithic sexual identity free of doubts and questions The female transsexual reverses this equation, seeking to identify with the prerogatives and even organs of male power Sexual difference and its discontents owes much to the cultural interplay of fantasy and reality, dominance and transgression, and the questions that put each of us in touch with what makes us strangers to ourselves. Best Read [ Horsexe: Essay on Transsexuality ] author [ Catherine Millot ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 143 pages
  • Horsexe: Essay on Transsexuality
  • Catherine Millot
  • English
  • 01 July 2018
  • 0936756209

10 thoughts on “ Horsexe: Essay on Transsexuality

  1. says:

    The author wrote a book on transsexuality in 1990 after conducting several interviews with transsexual men but not with any transsexual women Of the men she interviewed, all except one had already had surgery She doesn t hint at how she discovered, selected, and interviewed these men It isn t very clear why she was unable to obtain interviews with women or why she thought it was acceptable to publish a book that denigrates a large class of people without asignificant effort to The author wrote a book on transsexuality in 1990 after conducting several interviews with transsexual men but not with any transsexual women Of the men she interviewed, all except one had already had surgery She doesn t hint at how she discovered, selected, and interviewed these men It isn t very clear why she was unable to obtain interviews with women or why she thought it was acceptable to publish a book that denigrates a large class of people without asignificant effort to understand them Granted, it would have been difficult to find such people pre Internet, particularly if one is not coming from within that community But how is one to complete a book without first locating one s real human subjects Poorly, it turns out.Exactly what is the transsexual she reviles Sometimes she says that transsexuality is defined by the conviction of being the opposite sex and the demand for sex reassignment surgery at other times, she says this is merely a symptom of transsexuality Although she is...

  2. says:

    A waste of my limited time on this world that is functionally The Man Who Would Be Queen but somehow worse.

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