Category Archives: Gender

The epicene body

Epicene syn. hermaphrodite, intersex, gynandromorph, androgyne def. having the characteristics of both sexes “When you came home,” Cathleen Sullivan told Chase about her return from the hospital after surgery, “there seemed to be no effect at all. Oh, yes, wait … Continue reading

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Throwing Like A Girl

This is the title of a 1980 essay by Iris Marion Young that looks like it might be relevant to embodiment and gender issues. I am trying to get hold of a copy. In the meantime there is this review: … Continue reading

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