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Zalfa Feghali

rasquachismo is even more complex. Neustadt suggests that ‘Gómez-​Peña elaborates a kind of double border rasquachismo. He appropriates and merges Chicano poetics with Mexican and “Gringo” counterparts to engender an intertextual conflation of transnational signs’.25 One aspect of this is Gómez-​ Peña’s use of drag, which he uses to ‘underscore and efface’ the US–​Mexico border. According to Marjorie Garber, transvestism can indicate a cultural ‘category crisis’ where there is ‘a failure of definitional distinction, a borderline that becomes permeable, that permits of border

in Crossing borders and queering citizenship