Disney+’s “Ahsoka” proves viewers want more complex, opinionated women — and they want to see how this influences their friendships.
“La Borinqueña” writer/creator Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez discusses the superhero’s origin, her impact so far, and crowdfunding the hardcover.
The Mandalorian would make Don Miguel Ruiz, author of “The Four Agreements” proud, with the creed standing in for his spiritual tenets.
There is a problem with Latinx representation in film and history books. These five historical Latinx films help right that wrong.
With ‘Hawkeye’s’ Maya Lopez, Marvel invests in representing a deaf and amputee character of color. And that’s a win for all of us.
This Latina Equal Pay Day, we can’t help but think that the size of Latinas’ paystubs is tied to how invisible we are. It doesn’t have to be this way.
It’s no secret that science fiction franchises are white-dominant. That’s why I’m super excited that Latina Sasha Calle has been cast as the next Supergirl.
Vida. One Day at a Time. Station 19. Latinas and femme Latinxs may be the least likely to be represented on TV but that doesn’t mean we’re absent.
When I was pre-teen and teenager, the women dancing in their underwear on screen were white and super thin. Think Cameron Diaz and Kirsten Dunst. They had this carefree cuteness, this unquestionable right to be fearless, sexy, and the center of attention. All of us wanted to be them, as unattainable as that was for […]
The CW’s Jane the Virgin is back for its fifth and final season, causing Latinos everywhere to tearfully rejoice that we get more time with the Villanuevas, however limited. The founders of Mujeres Problemáticas discuss their thoughts on the season premiere and why this show is so great. CRISTINA: I missed Jane so much! This […]