U.S. Latino/a theologies have been prophetically strident in calling out oppression of every sort for scrutiny — all, that is, except for sexuality: particularly homosexuality, around which they has been an embarrassing and stultifying silence. Nickoloff calls for a “teología homo de conjunto,” calling attention to questions of gender and sexuality, and the crossings between them, in contemporary critical theory and Latino/a theology.
Nickoloff, James B.
"Sexuality: A Queer Omission in U.S. Latino/a Theology,"
Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology: Vol. 10
, Article 3.
Available at: http://repository.usfca.edu/jhlt/vol10/iss3/3