THE GUERRILLA ANGEL REPORT — If you’re transgender, don’t travel to another country with a controlled substance in a unlabeled container. That’s the lesson we need to takeaway from Domaine Javier’s experience at the Canadian border.
Javier was put back on a plane and sent home to Riverside, Calif. and told to try again. The drugs may have indeed been her prescription meds, but she wasn’t carrying them in a legal manner in order to pass muster with border agencies.
While Javier reportedly complained rather dramatically about how she was treated, especially how Canada Border Services Agency officers accused her of being a drug smuggler and, later, focusing on her supposedly lack of proper work permits, but let’s not lose focus of what prompted the drama in the first place — she was in possession of a controlled substance in a unlabeled container.
Actual drug smugglers are tripped up this way and sent to prison — it’s the law. Just because one is not a drug smuggler doesn’t exempt one from following the law.
Javier needs to turn off the media spotlight, get her work papers in order and carry her Vicodin in a proper container before getting on another plane. This kind of tabloid-type attention she’s intentionally drawing isn’t serving trans people in a positive way.
I previously wrote about Javier here: https://lexiecannes.wordpress.com/2011/10/28/transgender-student-gets-kicked-out-of-college-for-gender-fraud/
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