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I lost hope in everything. I hated school, the city I lived in, my body, my face. I pushed myself to buy a bottle of sleeping pills. Just go buy them and see what happens, I told myself. One morning I did it: I had the bottle in my bedroom. I was very still and calm, determined to shove all of these white pills inside my body. Within a few minutes I gulped down all 90 of them, handfuls at a time. I lay back on my bed and felt as if I really accomplished something. It seemed that everything was going to be taken care of. I started dozing off. But then a jolt of fear shot through my body. Is this what I really wanted to do?
I wimped out. At the hospital I was given a charcoal mixture that made me throw up the pills, after which I passed out. When I awoke I was in intensive care, talking constantly and incoherently even when nobody was at my bedside. I shat the liquidy charcoal mixture all over myself. A nurse had to clean me up and change my bedsheets.
It was only when I called Wendy, my best friend, that I got through to somebody. She said she was on the other line and would call me back the next day. This wasn't like her -- she always called me back right away. I could hear a tremble in her voice. For some reason the thought occurred to me that maybe she had been raped. I was confused and concerned, my heart was beating rapidly.
Sandy has requested that the morticians not embalm Tim. The wake and funeral will be closed casket and this is my last chance to see him, my only chance to say goodbye. I'm surprised we're allowed to see him at all. What will his body look like? Will there be signs of decay? What did they do to his face? I'm unsure of how I will react, afraid of breaking down in front of others. I prefer my grief to be private. But I can't pass up this opportunity to say farewell, to stare wide-eyed at death.
I steal a glance at his body on the table -- a pressed sheet neatly covering him up to his shoulders -- and quickly look away. I feel like the awkward outsider who's been invited to a family Christmas dinner. I shouldn't be here. I walk out of the room, deferring first visitation rights to his immediate family members. I walk around the foyer, sweaty palms in pockets, hearing muffled sounds of crying and cooing words, questions from Ali, who doesn't quite understand what's going on. Jen comes to check on me and we step out for a cigarette. My hands are shaking. What do you say at a time like this? I don't say anything. Sandy steps outside and asks me if I want to go in. Yes and no. Yes.
His flesh is still pliable, lukewarm. I delicately pick up his arm, run my fingers over his arm hair, lift his fingers up to my face. I pull the sheet back, all the way past his feet. He is completely naked. His body has been washed and has a soft glow. It is perfect. I have the urge to lie on top of him, run my fingers through the hair on his chest and legs, kiss his ruined lips, pretend we are just sleeping.
I want to stay here for the rest of the night, looking at his body. (How much longer will he be a body?) I tightly clasp his hand, as if I'm holding him up from over a cliff. My voice surprises me, a low murmur coming out like a dark thing from a cave: I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry.
I look over his body, looking more intently than I ever have in my life. His blond hair, his tan skin, his collarbones forming their slight V. The dark hair on his chest fanned out in a symmetrical way, his ribs showing a faint trace of their arc. The hair on his stomach furry like a nest. His legs are muscular, athletic, sexy, his feet large and polished, his toes perfectly proportioned. The smooth hair on his arms and legs is dark, too, his knees and elbows youthful and unscarred. His fingers are long and tapered, three sections of horizontal notches on each one, whorls on his fingertips, unique coded markings all their own.
I put his fingers in my mouth, bite softly down on them. I run his palm over my face, wiping away my tears, kissing the back of his hand. I lean down and press my lips against his swollen cheek. I pull the sheet back over his body and hold him for a long time, just the two of us in the room. I don't know if this is how to say goodbye, whispering in his damaged ear.
I had wondered before entering the club what bodies would look likein a space eked out for self-defined "big, beautiful" bodies. Medialargely constructs beautiful and sexy as diminutive, thin, Aryan-esque(or non-White and exoticized), plasticized, poreless, pictoriallychopped up into body parts, disproportionately top-heavy, and ofteninfantilized, stripped of agency, and posed for visual consumption. How might larger bodies, normally excluded from representations andconstructions of popularly sexy forms, move and appear in this alternatesite? How might counter-discursive images, messages, and performances ofsexiness and beauty manifest? Would a new hierarchy exist? Would bodysize determine sexiness? Would superfat/supersize women perch atop afat-admiring pyramid? Would sexiness and desirability be determined bybody size, clothing choices, youth, or adherence to other markers ofhetero-feminine attractiveness?
Outside of bodybuilding, queer women in fitness and exercise cultures have received little attention in popular discourse and academic research. In this article, I examine how queer use of gym space can inform and reify a queer identity, specifically the enactment of queer female masculinity. I use Jack Halberstam's work on female masculinity and literature in the fields of cultural studies and sport studies to discuss how queer identity, space, and power operate on the body in the context of fitness culture.
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