"I find a deep affinity between myself as a transsexual woman and the monster in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Like the monster, 1 am too often perceived as less than fully human due to the means of my embodiment; like the monster’s as well, my exclusion from human community fuels a deep and abiding rage in me."—Susan Stryker, "My Words to Victor Frankenstein."
Featuring a public domain still from the 1910 Edison Studios silent adaptation of Frankenstein, starring Charles Ogle as the monster.
For the "stacked" version of the shirt with the picture on top of the text, click here