Perverse Narcissus

The piece reflects on the dynamics of domination that develop in sex-affective relationships and those that States use on the population. Through the text Fragments of love speech by Roland Barthes, a similarity between the mechanisms of love and the mechanisms of war is proposed, while a captor manipulates, seduces and dominates the captured, who, according to Barthes, is always feminized. The ideals of femininity and masculinity are understood as triggers of these practices from a critical perspective, proposing the analysis of non-normative subjects in the binary structure in a homosexual relationship in which they wear each other out. The roller coaster of contradictory and overlapping stories and the uncertainty, fear and simultaneous pleasure is embraced for the construction of a subjective portrait of the lived situation.