Within the college environment, gender roles serve a unique purpose when it comes to finding a partner, interactions with other students, and personal identity development. Masculinity and sexual orientation stand as two of among many of identities that college men hold. In this article I will review existing literature on masculinity and sexuality within the Latino culture. I will also address the implications and practices of membership within a Latino fraternal organization and how these two ideas intersect.
Blanco, Marco A.
"At a Crossroad: The Intersection of Fraternity, Sexuality and Masculinity,"
The Vermont Connection: Vol. 35
, Article 4.
Available at: http://scholarworks.uvm.edu/tvc/vol35/iss1/4