Via a gender, ethnicity, and sexuality lens, Pérez demonstrates that queer Chicana/o and Latina/o identities are even more common in cultural construction than most folk imagine. through claiming a number of characters and texts as queer, he expands the breadth of queer illustration in cultural creation.
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