INDEX
abjection, 52; disability as abject, 98
able- bodiedness, 5, 61; assumption of, 54;
compulsory, 124, 143; and compulsory
able- mindedness, 124; gendered, 30;
Korean terms for, 26 27; postcure, 139
able- genderedness, 30, 31
ableism, 6, 162, 243n40; anti- ableist activ-
ism, 22 24, 229, 247n102; anti- ableist
disability consciousness, 18; consent
and, 15; cure and, 232; determination
of personhood and, 26; as ideology, 84,
96; institutionalized, 199; marriage and,
77; medical discrimination as, 7; repro-
duction and, 63, 78; segregation as, 165;
sexuality and, 203, 212, 213, 218; shame,
15; transabled people and, 12; violence
of, 163
abortion, 44, 137; access to, 65; antiabor-
tion, 68, 69, 73; as crime, 35, 50, 245n77;
decriminalization of, 68; de facto legal-
ization of, 65, 245n77; disability- based,
68, 74, 245n79; eugenics and, 64, 243n40,
245nn75; feminist positions on, 67 68;
forced, 172, 191; self- induced, 59; sex-
based and race- based, 243n40. See also
Mother and Child Health Act
access, 26, 163, 182, 195, 197, 200, 208; to
abortion, 65; to medical resources, 138;
to resources, 13; sexual, 206, 215; to sex-
ual experiences, 195, 202; sexual services
and, 203, 220, 221; to social spaces, 220.
See also accessibility
accessibility, 195; awareness of, 23; of broth-
els, 204; of built environments, 204 5,
220, 214; within disability movement,
22; of medical care, 7; of normative sex-
uality, 202; and occupied territory, 138;
personal assistance, 36; of restrooms,
247n102; of social environments, 207,
220; in South Korea, 229; of transporta-
tion, 6, 36, 205, 206
accommodation, 23, 99, 160, 164, 228; as
cure, 58
Act on the Prevention of the Sex Trade and
Protection of Its Victims, 203, 206
Act on the Promotion of Convenience for
the Disabled, Senior Citizens, and Preg-
nant Women, 36
Adada (Im Kwon- Taek), 40, 100, 125,
134 36
“Adada, the Idiot” (Kye Yong- muk), 40, 125,
128, 132 33, 255n8
Address Unknown (Kim Ki Duk), 40, 125,
137 43, 165
adoption: of biracial children, 140
Aeyangwŏn, 172, 185 87, 225, 226; as
Aeyang Pyŏngwŏn, 223; History Mu-
seum, 225
Agamben, Giorgio, 156
agency, 51, 83, 93, 130, 146; able- bodied
imagination of, 147; affirmative of, 30;
as business organization, 210; of dis-
abled people, 165; of madwoman, 146;
moral, 233; national, 20; of nondisabled
women, 100; relational, 95; sexual, 124,
200, 219
Ah! Sorokto (Kim Hui and Kim Myŏng-
gon), 40, 169, 191 94
Ahmed, Sara, 9
aids, 7, 24, 36; and abortion, 245n79; and
Christopher Reeve, 13; and Hansen’s
disease, 168, 264n111
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