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By Jr., Antonio (Jay) Pastrana,Juan Battle,Angelique Harris

This e-book makes use of own narratives and survey information from over 1,100 respondents to discover the range of reviews throughout Latinx LGBT groups in the usa, together with Puerto Rico. The authors rfile and rejoice a number of the daily strengths and techniques hired through this amazing inhabitants to navigate and negotiate their day-by-day lives.

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