Buy Manifiesto contrasexual by Paul B. Preciado from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over . APA (6th ed.) Preciado, P. B. (). Manifiesto contra-sexual. Madrid: Opera Prima. Chicago (Author-Date, 15th ed.) Preciado, Paul B. Manifiesto. Manifiesto Contra-Sexual. AR. Angie Rico. Updated 9 April Transcript. Sujeto Parlante Manifiesto Contra-Sexual. Beatriz Preciado. CUERPO. Práctica.
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In The Birth of the ClinicMichel Foucault suggested that for each model of power there was a healthy body and a diseased body, a specific way of organising sexuality and reproduction, a spatialization of differences in the city and a utopian ideal of national immunity. What would the model of somatopolitical administration be in the case of contemporary neoliberal societies?
On the one hand, the techniques of appropriation and slavery, the management of syphilis and the pathologization of insanity and homosexuality — characteristics of the 18th and 19th century — have been displaced by new techniques for the management of migration, of the seropositive body and also by the pathologization and media’s production of disability, autism, obesity, infertility, intersexuality and transexuality.
Heterosexuality as the naturalized and politically-legitimised procreation technique has given way to the commercialisation of technofluids and genetic material. The figure of the indebted body, as Contraseual Lazzarato has written, emerges from the neoliberal condition.
However, the political context has changed radically: Paradoxically, this collapse of the contrasexyal institutions forebode a strange process of privatisation and transformation of the clinic into a pharmacopornographic industry. How are we to understand this displacement?
What are the new forms of activism and the critical languages capable of responding to it? This lecture examines this situation and inaugurates the public activities of Somathequeand will be followed with interventions by Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens.
Beatriz Preciado is a philosopher and activist. Free of charge, but seating is limited.
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