A talk at “De Mus”
Tilburg, NL
Hormones and lab-made organs are changing the way we think about gender. Gender is heavily influenced by ideas about baby-making. Our social structures, legal system, architecture is based around who can be a biological mother and father. But medical advances in artificial wombs and insemination tools, continue to complicate the dogmatic ways that we view gender roles. This talk explores how implants, hormones, and prosthetics could help change the social structures of Western culture.

© 2021 MLLRG (Cabrera Press)
M Miller initiates and supports discussions about gender and sexuality through collaborations and workshops, illustrations and design, continually working to recenter decolonization as a guide. Their work includes the illustration of objects, especially those that have some sort of relationship with the body (mostly sexual tools and other artifacts). They also design and produce sexual tools and prosthetics, research the relationship between sexuality and decolonization, and seek to support activists through visual media and writing.