“Transitions” with Louka Maju Goetzke

“Transitions” with Louka Maju Goetzke
19 de abr. de 2022 · 7m 32s

Did you know most people start to transition before they decide to transition? Louka Maju Goetzke (Frankfurt Uni) shares research on transition practices, as well as all kinds of fascinating...

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Did you know most people start to transition before they decide to transition? Louka Maju Goetzke (Frankfurt Uni) shares research on transition practices, as well as all kinds of fascinating findings on transitioning, forming the desire to transition, and other activities surrounding gender. Louka interrogates the making and crossing of boundaries which produce gender transitions and the distinction which is drawn between gender transitions and other practices of gender. We also briefly touch on cis people’s gender affirming practices, only to arrive at the thought indeed, everyone might be trans.

Come and smash the cis/trans binary with @LoukaGo on Twitter and @queerlitpodcast on Instagram!

Text mentioned

Leslie Feinberg’s Stonebutch Blues

Questions you should be able to respond to after listening:

1. What is a transition?

2. Louka mentions the relation between desiring to become something and knowing that you are something. How does this relation play out?

3. What gender affirming practices have you encountered in literature? Are they always performed by trans* people?

4. A transition can take many shapes and forms. I invite you to reflect on your own gender journey and be kind to people who are finding their way through theirs.
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