Sexual Transgression

A form of sexual misconduct consisting of inappropriate and sexualised touching of a patient that stops short of overt sexual relations
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JoA[pounds sterling]o Gilberto Noll's Lord opens with a cryptic quote from Iain Sinclair: "The secret interiors of these post-human fortresses solicit conspiracy, acts of sexual transgression. Illicit exchanges between dealers." Aging and impoverished, the narrator, an unnamed Brazilian author in decline, roams Heathrow looking for his contact.
Sadly, it also applies to the Catholic clergy, even though they are by definition celibate, and therefore by tradition and custom, generally not seen as culpable in matters of sexual transgression.
By highlighting the novel's own codes of linguistic, social, and especially sexual transgression, together with close attention to its pattern of details, centered here on "el bulto blanco," this essay proposes a revision of the structural sequence of transgressions and hence argues for a rereading of the novel with its indeterminacies, gaps, and openendedness.
But when one of his men reveals a sexual transgression it forces the Captain to question his own marriage and even if he is Bertha's father.
Literature, English, cultural studies, film studies, gender studies, and other scholars from North America discuss technologies, disability, and cultural production, focusing on life-size dolls in contemporary art films, the prioritizing of death as a logical outcome in biopics of disability, and the online anatomization of an amnesiac's brain; the body politics of obesity in the film Precious, life with mechanical ventilation, and image-making by people with intellectual disabilities; the British web-based RTV program The Specials, intellectual disability, and gender and sexual transgression; and feature films and the ethics of organ transplantation.
9:22), rabbinic tradition teaches that a sexual transgression was committed, which the authors state represents an ancient tradition, nearly concealed in the text but still detectable through careful literary analysis and comparison with the story of Lot and his daughters.
Lucy Bland, Modern Women on Trial: Sexual Transgression in the Age of the Flapper, Manchester and New York, Manchester University Press, 2013, 246pp, 17.99[pounds sterling] paperback
Through her narration, the protagonist highlights how various authorities manipulate the rhetoric of sexual transgression in order to justify abuses of power.
Robert published more on Whitman, James, Forster, and Melville than on Hawthorne, but his work on Hawthorne was always provocative --no essay more so than "Hester Prynne, C'estMoi: Nathaniel Hawthorne and the Anxieties of Gender" (in the collection Engendering Men, 1990), which includes an insightful, culturally sensitive reading of "The Custom House" as "an essay in sexual politics," whose author constructs himself as a transvested "scarlet woman." In this preface to a "story of a woman scorned by her community for a sexual transgression," Robert argues, "Hawthorne dramatizes his own inability to find a place to locate safely both his vocation and his gender."
This document never clearly mentions sexual transgression, and to the extent that any such document reflects the ambience at court, the proceedings seem to have been matter-of-fact, with the group of plaintiffs, or "informants," raising their issues and presenting evidence of past transgressions and the defendants arguing but finally conceding the claims and accepting the verdict.
Sexual transgression and ritualized self-sacrifice also suffuse the writings of the Spanish dramatist and poet.