Centering the stories of Queer People of Color, this critical narrative inquiry project examined the dynamics around gender and sexuality in Latinx/a/o-based fraternities. In particular, the narratives of two Queer Women of Color and a queer non-binary individual revealed how these participants decided to join their organization and what their experiences were like once they were affiliated. Through two semi-structured interviews and a reflection journaling project, participants shared how they often encountered moments of exclusion despite occasionally feeling a sense of inclusion in their chapters/organizations. Implications for research and practice are then offered.
Crystal Garcia, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Antonio Duran, Auburn University
"An Examination of Gender & Sexuality Dynamics in Latinx/A/O-Based Co-Educational Fraternities,"
Journal of Sorority and Fraternity Life Research and Practice: Vol. 15:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wm.edu/oracle/vol15/iss1/4