Arturo Islas and the “Phantom Rectum”



As an object of study, queer latinidad demands a practice that moves across geographic, linguistic, and imaginary borders, not simply because it is more provocative to do so, but because the very disciplines that divide Latin American from North American, music from literature, politics from performance, or queer studies from Latino studies have been based on paradigms constituted through our marginalization.

Juana Rodríguez, Queer Latinidad

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