First person privilege and experience
- Thesis: In a trivial way, everybody has a privileged (inaccessible to others) first person perspective but there is no such thing as a first person view that only gives access to a particular identity e.g. women, because that would invalidate (via modus tollens) e.g. trans experience. We think that it is possible to assume an identity with empathizing.
- Performance matters, the reading is secondary but intention is what matters to get away from the underlying substrate of gender.
- Are there trans people that don't perform at all? E.g. a trans man who maybe even dresses like a woman and acts like a woman, doesn't do HRT etc?
- Drag queens are going for the hyper-essentialist performance of a woman. As Natalie Wynn (?) said "a pubescent, gay boy knows more about female performance than any straight woman under 30" or similar.
- trans interpretation of Du Bois’ black reconstruction
- autophallophilia through pseudo(?)-autogynephilia in a Foucauldian dialectic[6,7]
 Koyama, Emi. 2003, “The transfeminist manifesto”, in Catching a wave: Reclaiming feminism for the 21st century, https://readthenothing.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/transfemmanifesto_printable-1.pdf
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