CAN CAUSE TEXTUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS.
These texts deterritorialize and reterritorialize.
Derrida's (1979) misunderstood aphorism, "There is nothing outside of the text" (p. 159) warns us that there's no turning back: We cannot exist apart from text any more than a fish can exist apart from water. We are, obviously, more than text: the surplus of the text is the location of pleasure, an area we can never quite get to because we cannot get outside language to see ourselves.
Slavoj Žižek (1989) relies on Jacques Lacan's notion of jouissance to explain how we work at the edges of ideological relations, almost but never quite able to exceed them (p. 73), pain in pleasure.