Table of Contents | 1 July 2002
I like to create an image which conveys a story and is caught at a crucial juncture of the narrative. Guess it comes from a strong passion for story-telling!
It is their experience with twins from Minnesota which causes Sirsi and Botkin to view their own perception of gender as the disorder. These twins cannot identify gender in terms of the acknowledged categories of "male" or "female"; however, drawing on their own language developed during childhood, they can identify gender in terms of twenty-two categories, from those with clitoromegaly to different forms of hermaphrodism.
His filing system / Was cosmosophy / In action:
Flavia and her household never talked to the wild children. If one tried to pretend that they were simply little birds or animals, they were less disturbing.
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