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TRANSLATINX LOVE SEX & THE BODY

INTERSECTING RACE AND GENDER

 

ABOUT THE PROJECT

This is a qualitative study that explores how transgender or gender nonconformist Latinx people negotiate romantic/sexual relationships.


Through semi-structured interviews with the individual and their partner(s), this study will explore other aspects of their life that inhibits or facilitates transgender/gender nonconformists romantic/sexual relationships that have not been examined to date by other studies.


The proposed research will also explore the impact of race/ethnicity, class, gender, sex, family and religion on transgender Latinx romantic/sexual relationships.

 

JACQUELINE CASTILLO-LARRIVA

Ph.D Student | Mexican American Studies

I am a genderqueer scholar studying the sexual and romantic lives of trans* Latinx in the Southwest. 


I am a second-year Ph.D. student at the University of Arizona in the Department of Mexican American Studies.

 

EDUCATION, PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE, AWARDS & DISTINCTION

Professional CV

 
Teenage Students Raising Hands

PUBLISHED WORK

Literary Accomplishments

JOURNAL OF LGBT YOUTH

October 12, 2008

Adolescent Perceptions of School Safety for Students with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Parents

SEX, LOVE & THE BODY

April 21, 2011

This was a qualitative study that explored the sexual and romantic relationships of transgender people.

 

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