Leslie Feinberg's "Stone Butch Blues"
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The paper discusses a passage from Feinberg's "Stone Butch Blues" and talks about the specific gender issues that come up from and within the specific passage. Mostly, the apper addresses how society repressed the "other" and how the protagonist is made to conform to the psychosexual values of our society at large.
From the Paper:""They cuffed my hands so tight behind my back I almost cried out. Then the cop unzipped his pants real slow, with a smirk on his face, and ordered me down on my knees. First I thought to myself, I can't! Then I said outloud to myself and to you and to him, "I won't!" I never told you this before, but something changed inside of me in that moment. I learned the difference between what I can't do and what I refuse to do." An Excerpt from Leslie Feinberg's Stone Butch Blues, pg. 10 This passage from Leslie Feinberg's Stone Butch Blues is a good- albeit..."
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