Document Type : Original Article


English Dept - College of Languages and Human Sciences Garmian University


     In Geek Love "bodies" face various operations via bio-political/power, which controls, circulates "bodies" within a position of disempowering them. "Bodies" are "allocated" to be created, "made", mutated or even disfigured by different "body" claimers "'makers" who have their own unreasonable reasons behind such a cruel conduct. Therefore, in Geek Love; "bodies" have turned into, objects, commodities, pieces of vital organs, and pieces of Art work to be sources of attraction. All of these are the outcomes of a greater power than them which have been imposed upon them "Bio-political/power". 


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