2. “Transforms projections like Cartesian images”
The very same “social transvestisms” from before project an entirely different reality onto the world we see. Blinded by false morals and ideas, we only see what the skewed framework suggests. Lauryn points to the hypothesis of “Cartesian imagery,” the idea that we all have an places in our mind that are “aware,” driving our everyday outlook and behaviors. Think about where your own concept of “you” sits and you can see where Lauryn is coming from: when we look at exactly why we do anything, we can see what controls our motions.