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The Guardian 's feminist columnist Jessica Valenti has to be admired for her chutzpah, even if sometimes her execution is a bit messy. In a recent column , for instance, she tackled a topic that has already gotten me into trouble as a writer currently trying to straddle the two Americas though my Colombian boyfriend gets mad at me for thinking there's more than one : cross-cultural sexuality. She proceeds to recount how a French commentator "seems genuinely baffled by the curious coupling of American prudishness and male-centric sex Now, any of you who've ever lived outside your home culture will know both how irresistible and how dangerous such cross-cultural comparisons can be. When, for instance, in a recent column about Shakira I alluded to how living in Colombia has offered me an earth-shattering new view of sexuality, my readers were outraged at what they called my "racial fetishizing. Those readers certainly had a point. Let me make something clear: I am not Latina, just a Midwestern kid who happened to learn Spanish young, became best friends with a Mexican, studied Latin American politics, and then moved to Colombia to discover the culture I'd spent a decade reading about. I have been in, but not of, Latino culture for many years now. But cultural fascination and good intentions don't get you off the hook for not understanding your own privilege.
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What happens when we put Latinas, Latinos, and sexuality together? As we inquire about Latinas, Latinos, sexuality, and society as mutually connected, what kind of processes emerge as we unpack them? This chapter examines the issues and concerns that surface as we explore some sociological answers to these questions. Latina and Latino populations2 across disciplines, and 3 our reflections with regard to some of the implications for future research in sociology of sexualities with these social groups. Our own personal histories and subjectivities are both diverse and unique; yet, they are unrepresentative of the populations commonly identified as Latinas and Latinos in the social sciences.