In this work, I invited my sister to read André Gide's Corydon (1921), a defense of homosexuality in the form of a Socratic dialogue, and tell me what it has to say about women. The recording of this meeting has been transcribed, edited and presented here.

This work was shown in a small exhibition alongside the sculptural work Antinous defacement crushing an effeminate hand (2012).and a few pasted-up copies of A poster by Jamie Crewe (2012).