"While no body engaged in a project simply repeats identity, no body is free to create itself and its world anew. To claim otherwise, to imply that I can become whatever I want in my singularity, is to risk repeating the moralism of liberal individualism which, in denying the ambiguity of identity and its dispersal in the other, makes me fully accountable for what I am, on the grounds that I could have acted otherwise. If I could have acted otherwise, then I could have lived up to the singular, unambiguous identity assigned me under the law. Suggesting the possibility of freedom in a singular identity further entrenches the law, the law that cannot tolerate the dance."
Rosalyn Diprose, Corporeal Generosity