The Sexuality of Migration speaks only to gay men from Mexico. It is reticent on the issues of other non-normative sexualities such as bisexuals, transgender and even lesbians. To what extent are the experiences of Mexican immigrant gay men similar to or different from lesbians? If the queer political economy of Mexico and the United States reproduced inequalities along race and class lines, in addition to sexuality, how different would it be for queer immigrants from a different political economic context—like for example Australia? These are some interesting points that future research might pick up from where The Sexuality of Migration left off.
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