DESIGN

SEXUALITY AND POWER – part 7

Chapter 1 The Character of London Sex Shops Despite the fact that the majority of sex shops across London welcome all sexes and genders their visual language suggests a male orientation and seems to follow a certain convention about what is desired. Regardless of the sexual orientation of the sex shop, the majority of the… Continue reading SEXUALITY AND POWER – part 7

DESIGN

SEXUALITY AND POWER – part 5

Judith Butler in Gender Trouble questions the category of woman, and claims that gender is constructed, it is ‘a free –floating artifice’ (Butler, 1990:6) and is more produced than natural. She also draws parallel between language and sexuality, how linguistic structures shape its perception and offer a platform for its reconstructed association. Many points of… Continue reading SEXUALITY AND POWER – part 5