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A small white bureau ﬁlled with empty drawers, a closet with the door half-open and wire hangers jingling from the lethargic breeze of the ceiling fan. Sometime tomorrow Joseph will unpack. Right now his duffels of clothing are on the ﬂoor, unzipped but unmolested. Which is more than we can say for the characters on the stage: Cyn and Joseph, naked on top of the bedsheets. The orchestra’s pastoral strings are soft enough that the audience can hear our sweaty skin sticking and slapping as we go at it.
You and Cyn will not sleep in the same room, is what I mean, because I have these feelings for her. They’re natural. Having sex with your daughter doesn’t make sense, of course not, not if you think of it as having sex, no. But even though it involves some of the same actions”—here he poked a ﬁnger—“it’s not the same thing as having sex. ” He picked up a frying pan and faced me. ” He blinked and dunked the frying pan into the sink. ” he called to Steven. “See what I mean, Joseph? But I’ve strayed.
He was nervous but protective. All this sex blather was just his way of eventually arriving at the same old girlfriend-father point: Don’t you abuse my daughter. Many boyfriends were resentful of this kind of thing, but I understood it. I had the same feeling as I lay in bed with Cyn and felt the results of our sex evaporate, off to impregnate the air some36 where. The wetness on my leg—that had come from me. Mine. I could imagine how protective I’d feel if my ﬂuid grew up, walked around, majored in something.
Antonio Gramsci by Diego Fusaro