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By Ogi Ogas, Sai Gaddam

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Arnaldo Cruz, personal communication . 14. In Lati n America, china o r chino i s a term o f affectio n wit h racia l connota tions of Indian, mestizo, or mulatto, and class connotations of peasant or servant . 15. Victoria Baker , "Femme: Very Quee r Indeed, " in The Femme Mystique, ed . Leslea Newman (Boston: Alyson, 1995), 53. 16. In his statement that "esta mujer cant a de donde le sale el cono," Almodovar seems t o recogniz e thi s conflatio n o f voice , emotion , an d th e femal e bod y (Gimenez, "Felipistas y chavelistas").

With gri t in our mouth s an d shakin g dirt from ou r hair, we Carnival celebrants scramble to take refuge under the awnings of the buildings that line Masaya's narrow, cobbled streets . But o n Guto's Performance • 2 3 its secon d pass , th e helicopte r drop s gentl y scente d flowe r petals , whic h slowly rain on the panicked people left strande d i n the street. And no w we are laughing, all laughing—at life, at ourselves, at our bodies, at our fears n o less than our pleasures. Carnival is like that: it assaults you an d it pleasures you; it plays bait an d switc h with you r sensibilities ; it plays tricks o n you , and i t make s yo u laugh .

18. Merleau-Ponty, "Ey e an d Mind " [1960] , in The Merleau-Ponty Aesthetics Reader, ed . Gale n A . Johnson (Evanston : Northwester n Universit y Press , 1993) , 121-49 at 125. 19. If the term intentionality carrie s the Cartesian baggage of an implicitly "men tal" (no t "physical" ) act , th e wor d ecstasis "describes th e operatio n o f th e live d body. The body alway s has a determinate stance—it is that whereby we are located and defined. Bu t the very nature of the body is to project outwar d from it s place of standing" (Leder, The Absent Body, 21-22) .

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