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Through ethnography, Lionel Cantú explores the ways sexuality has impacted the experience of immigrant men. He sheds light on how traditional family and chosen family relationships shape and influence migration. Cantú argues for the centrality of a queer political economy in order to unveil how sexuality shaped processes and strategies of migration for queer men.

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