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Testo Yonqui by Beatriz Preciado
Testo Junkie published in English with the subtitle Sex, Drugs, and Biopolitics in The Pharmacopornographic Era is a book, described as "auto-theory",  by contemporary writer and philosopher Paul B. Preciado declares that Testo Junkie is a " body - essay ", and writes of his use of testosterone as a way of undoing gender inscribed on the body by the capitalistic commodification and mobilization of sexuality and reproduction, a process transcendent from the social norm expected with transitioning. In the book Preciado also processes the changes in his body due to testosterone through the lens of a romantic affair with his then lover, French writer Virginie Despentes , referred to as "VD. Sex and sexuality is a major theme in the book, as it is framed to pick up where Michel Foucault 's The History of Sexuality , and the writings of Judith Butler leave off.
ISBN 13: 9788467026931