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Insurgent activists should look for points of crisis, act transgressively to de-stabilize existing power relations, and operate simultaneously in multiple political domains (e.
Amid the static gestures and petrified decoration, Sehgal's unruly interpreters appeared transgressively active.
He also stands for a moral code that supports vengeance, terror, and transgressively cannibalistic (and metaphorically sexual) acts.
Susan Gubar also details how narratives about "mixed-race" children hold out the "promise of redemptive transracial consciousness that does not merely mimic existing racial categories but transgressively traverses them" (207).
It would seem that Elly uses her sexuality both aggressively and transgressively as a means of exerting control and expressing defiance of the grandmother and the men who desire her.
42) Play leads the way often transgressively, suspiciously, fractiously, duplicitiously, and imaginatively.
The Sidney family romance makes its appearance in the many intertwined plots of Urania, where brothers trade sisters, and where Pamphilia transgressively chooses a cousin as lover, freeing herself to rule her country if not her heart and to become the poet who makes art out of her suffering.
In Islamist quarters, parallels are often drawn between women in the labor force and the unauthorized presence of women in the street: both in the factory and on the street women are considered to be transgressively visible in exterior space.
54) Moreover, precisely the fact that Fassbaender is recognizably a woman with a mezzo voice that dips transgressively into a low register seems the source of her attraction for Castle.
So, my first book, Lesbian Utopics (Routledge, 1994), drew attention to how contemporary feminist promotions of lesbianism as transgressively accessing some libratory outside to culture or language relied on the same constructions of lesbianism that animate homophobic accounts of lesbian unspeakability.
She transgressively links poetry, historically considered "high art," to the "unmentionable" parts of the (specifically) female body that are also connected to the realm of the abject.