The most intriguing part of this statement to me is the piece about personal geography, to me this statement is about how mobility, like trans-identity, can be tools in the process of dissassociation.
Dissasociation is something like an internal mobility, it is a struggle between how one feels and identifies on the inside and how they may appear to the outside world. The more sedentary a person is the more fixed to norms by outside influences their identity can become.
I think To Wong Foo is a great place to look at disassociated masculinities, because of the three drag characters who are able to pass a female bodied through there magical and playful performance of gender. At home, in New York, in a sedentary mode their identities as drag performers are known in a pseudo celebrity state, but through mobility and change of place they are able to become their characters in a larger sense. When they meet in New York and in the beginning of their journey Noxema continually refers to Chi Chi as the little Latin Boy in drag, constantly tying Chi Chi to a male body and a more static though pretty disassociated masculinity. Through a silly little romance with one of the local boys in the town they are broken down in, Bobby Ray Chi Chi's performance becomes nearly performative. Vita also enjoys a more fluid expression of identity being able to almost completely disassociate with masculinity through her friendship with and defense of Carolynn. When she steps in to stop the physical abuse Carolynn is suffering, and throws her husband out of the house it is explain that she is a woman who works out a lot.