Text: Wang Hongren (Department of Sociology, Sun Yat-sen University) The first time in my life that gender awareness appeared, was when I was in the first grade of elementary school. It should be the spring of 1970! When I was a child, I lived in a court dormitory in Taitung, next to paddy fields. There was a stone path outside the dormitory area. One end was connected to a very modern court, and the other end was a traditional cemetery. When the funeral procession blowing the suona passed by, the children shouted "hurry up and hide" and "can't see the coffin". I usually go to school by taking the end of the modern asphalt road to the court, and the ridge of the cemetery at the other end can also go to school. My neighbors have taken me there. One day, I was walking home by myself on the ridge of the rice field, and when I was halfway, a child sitting on the side of the road said to me,
"Why do you wear girls' socks?" I was very angry and replied, "I always wear this way. , my mother wears it for me." He continued: "You have a flower on your socks, it's a girl's." I've forgotten what happened later, but then I didn't really want to wear it with a folded sock. Floral socks too. In retrospect, it turns out that at such a young age, he already had a specific gender consciousness, and he "corrected" his "feminine" behavior through the eyes of others, just like Wedding Photo Editing a mother recently said that a little boy was mocked for wearing a pink mask. "Mother" is the same. I think that in the process of growing up, everyone must have had many wonderful sexual/gender experiences, such as male Aruba, watching pornographic films... I will tell you some stories about boys in my time, so I can share with you your personal experience. , to make a comparison and see if Taiwan has changed a lot after 40 years.
A group of men walking around the red light district together I moved to Tainan after my sophomore year, and there is a place near my home called "Shin-cho". I remember that every time I pass through that area during the day, there are always many aunties sitting at the door of low-rise houses chatting, and elementary school boys scolding each other. When the other party said, "You're going to Shinmachi to get involved!" I didn't know until I got to university that it was a red light district. If you have the opportunity to walk around Kangle Street, Dazhi Street, and Dayong Street in Tainan, you can still see such historical relics: electric playgrounds, massage parlors, and restaurants where you can QK. When I was a freshman, I lived in the school dormitory, and one of them was a se