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Four (2000): 577-607. Her research examines how author Achy Obejas negotiates Cuban and American histories within the lifetime of her lesbian heroine, Juani Casas. ninety two. Holston and Appadurai, "Cities and Citizenship," 188-89. half I Disciplining Queer Migrants This web page deliberately left clean CHAPTER ONE Trans/Migrant Christina Madrazo s All-American tale Alisa Solomon [Ejveryone can, should still, will "have" a nationality, as she or he "has" a gender. —Benedict Anderson, Imagined groups i want justice. that is all. i have to be revered as a lady. —Christina Madrazo, asylum seeker In April 2002, Christina Madrazo, a transsexual girl from Mexico looking asylum within the usa, introduced she used to be making plans to sue the U. S. executive for $15 million. She alleged that whereas she were held in an immigration detention facility in Miami, Florida, in may well 2000, a shield raped her. two times. 1 the second one attack happened after she had already complained to specialists within the reformatory in regards to the first rape, but the offending officer have been assigned to protect her back. Madrazo introduced legal fees first, and in August 2000 the defend, Lemar Smith, was once indicted on criminal counts of rape and misdemeanor counts of "sex with a ward," and he confronted as much as forty-two years in criminal. 2 He copped a plea to the lesser fees and used to be sentenced to 8 months in legal and a year's probation. shocked and disenchanted by means of the plea cut price, Madrazo pursued a civil swimsuit lower than the Tort Claims Act as her basically technique of attainable redress. three those naked proof element to innumerable contradictions embedded inside U. S. immigration coverage, the yankee felony method, and the myths that underpin the dominant narrative of U. S. nationness. Why are asylum three 4 Alisa Solomon seekers—people fleeing persecution of their homelands for freedom within the United States—locked up in detention facilities? Why is rape really easy to devote in this kind of position and, at the infrequent events whilst it truly is prosecuted, so simply diminished to misdemeanor fees? Why are the arcane platforms of tort claims extra obtainable than felony or civil rights legislation? How can Madrazo's ail-American dream of getting the liberty "just to reside my existence and be myself" be so thwarted, certainly, so trampled, by means of various bureaucracies representing a nation that says to be based on such beliefs? How can it's that the very persecution from which she is looking for safe haven used to be taken up as a cudgel through the kingdom to which she appealed? The answers—complex and troubling—are evidently hooked up to Madrazo's prestige as a transsexual transmigrant from Mexico. definitely she is hardly ever the one migrant to be mercilessly detained and abused. yet simply because she has refused to stay contained in the authentic borders of gender and state, Madrazo's case magnifies some of the methods the regimes of gender and kingdom make stronger and at the same time represent one another. Her case unearths, too, how groups within the usa that one may possibly count on to include her—gays and lesbians, settled Latino/a immigrants— draw their very own limitations as a part of their assimilationist cut price as they attempt for "naturalization.