OK, The Wife and I have come up with something fun and innovative to do with your spare time.
1. Take one of the Chinese propaganda posters referred to in the previous post.
2. Go to bookshelf and find postmodern feminist tract of your choice (our preferred plaything is Judith Butler)
3. Flick pages and stop at random.
4. Place finger upon open page. Treat the selected sentence as a caption for the chosen Chinese propaganda poster.
This is our first result. We like. We like very much.
'Libidinal dependency and powerlessness is phantasmatically overcome by the installation of a boundary and, hence, a hypostacized center which produces an idealized bodily ego; that integrity and unity is achieved through the ordering of a wayward motility or disaggregated sexuality not yet restrained by the boundaries of individuation.' (Judith Butler, Bodies That Matter, 75)
A perfect match, we think. Now that is gender trouble.
OK, now it's your turn.