Felix Conrad explores the grey area where sexology meets transgender theory in a book which has three purposes:
1) To decide on a definitive scientific name for sexual behaviour that has been described as everything from autogynephilia to sissification, female embodiment to transgender.
2) To categorise said behaviour in purely sexological terms, examining its compatibility with various labels such as orientation, paraphilia and fetish.
3) To explore the viability of a purely sexological discourse of crossgender arousal, asking if it can ever be decoupled from transgender theory.
After this analysis, Felix ends the book with his own unique narrative of gender variant sexuality, Quantum Desire, an explanation so far out of the box you will think that either Felix has finally arrived at the dizzy heights of genius or the inescapable clutches of madness. Enjoy!