Originally Posted by wHATcOLOR
so is it fair to say that in a vacuum, the notion of the book is not obviously problematic? but when viewed within the context of other things the author has said, it can be interpreted more sinisterly?
I think there's an element that Tyler Perry, dressed as a woman, doesn't act as a violent "man dressed as a woman" as his only interpretation of how a person like that would act. His whole spiel is dressing as different characters.
Plus yes the context of it being something she seems to be really focused on.