I am not at ease, nor am I quiet; I have no rest; but trouble comes. —Job 3:26 I. I’m angry. I’m pissed off. I’m enraged. And while I am not interested in attempting to justify why anger and rage are appropriate responses, I ask myself: How do we think theologically through, from, and against our rage? In the wake of the announcement of Donald Trump as the projected winner of the 2016 Presidential Election, I felt an impulsive response come over my body. I…Continue Reading “¡Vete a la verga! Or, Notes on a Queer Chicano Theology and Ethics of Rage”