For Lacan, sexuation—of course, a term we do not have in English, as it is not really gender as such and has nothing to do with the body—is a matter above all of choice—the choice to “be”—and I say this with a certain trepidation, but then again does this not have to do with the semblant—to identify oneself as a man or to be a woman. We could even stretch this further and state that these represent two different logics, logics of an approach to the world, one identified as male, the other female.