Gay Asian Masculinities and Christian Theologies

@article{Cheng2011GayAM,
  title={Gay Asian Masculinities and Christian Theologies},
  author={Patrick S. Cheng},
  journal={CrossCurrents},
  year={2011},
  volume={61},
  pages={540-548}
}
T he gay Asian American male body is a highly contested site with respect to masculinity. On the one hand, we gay Asian men are often seen by the white gay community as sexually undesirable because our ‘‘oriental’’ racialized bodies are perceived to be less masculine. On the other hand, we are often seen by the straight Asian American community as sexually dangerous because of our perceived deviance from the heterosexual norms of masculinity. The experience of living at the intersections of… Expand
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