EN 2011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sex Tourism, Apen, Essentialism

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APEN 2011
Lecture 5
Poetry Assignment due Oct 20th
o5-6 pages in total: analysis 2-3 pages, script/poem 2-3 pages
oMust be double spaced with MLA citation
oMust have a straightforward thesis
oRelationship between gender and culture?
oSex tourism and rape?
oTextual evidence!! Cite at least 2-3 quotes
Important Passages
oPg. 36 “humanitarian curbs”
oPg. 64/84 “a near perfect match…modern Western women”
When Val asks what Thai women have that Western women don’t
oPg. 103 Michel changes his opinion.
Its Western women’s fault, men are not appreciated enough THEN
modern men are afraid of modern women, its men’s fault because they
want a domestic wife figure
oPg. 134 (BDSM) “find it disgusting”
Valerie establishes a debate. Whether consenting or with a contract so
there’s no exploitation, Val says: “I just don’t believe you can consent to
humiliation and being a victim”
oPg. 137 (BDSM) “no longer possibility of identifying with one another”
we need to identify with one another even if difficult. This is not a
possibility right now, suffering and cynicism are all that’s left
oPg. 174-5 (BDSM) Michel finds Valerie unique
She likes giving and receiving pleasure. “Essentialism:” men essentially
like the physical act while women like the emotional aspect.
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