By Megan Daigle
From Cuba with Love bargains with love, sexuality, and politics in modern Cuba. during this appealing narrative, Megan Daigle explores the position of girls in Cuban political tradition by way of interpreting the increase of economies of intercourse, romance, and funds because the early Nineties. Daigle attracts recognition to the violence skilled via younger ladies suspected of involvement with foreigners by the hands of a moralistic nation, an opportunistic police strength, or even their very own households and partners.
Investigating the lived realities of the Cuban girls (and a few males) who date travelers and delivering a different viewpoint at the surrounding debates, From Cuba with Love increases matters approximately women’s bodies–what they could or may still do and, both, what will be performed to them. Daigle’s provocative standpoint will make readers query how race and politics in Cuba are tied to girls and intercourse, and the ways that political energy acts without delay at the our bodies of people via legislation, policing, institutional courses, and social norms.
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