In a Perfect World, I

“We should be able to grab whoever entices us and really get down to business on their bodies, doctor them, treat them, submit to them, play horse to exhaustion, dress them up or down, pose them, give them words to say that we have been waiting all of our lives to hear.  People should be able to conduct their own private inspection of anyone they wish, to finally satisfy their curiosity with everybody out there that they could never hope to touch in the governable world, even if they don’t know what they want and have never known.  As long as the current laws apply, it would not be possible.  In a perfect world, the current laws would not apply.”

– FROM Blueprint: In a Perfect World in ‘NOTABLE AMERICAN WOMEN’ by BEN MARCUS (2002:49). VINTAGE, USA.
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