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An important part of the denaturalisation process is to offer other possibilities, other ways of thinking about institutions and the children within them, and other ways of practicing pedagogical work: in short, to proliferate a multiplicity of discourses.
the new reproductive technologies, by officializing the instrumental denaturalisation of the body, also institutionalize dismemberment as the modern condition, thus transforming the body into a factory of detachable pieces.
Explicating the theory of gender performativity, Butler opposes critics of drag and suggests that drag is an exemplary practice in the denaturalisation of heterosexualised gendering.
Susan Squier identifies this conflict in the process of the denaturalisation of the reproductive body, occasioned by technologisation and by the reading mechanisms of medicine, ordering the body as a page of symptoms and the pregnant body as instrument.