Usually, shows about sex aren’t sexy. But Tanya Saracho’s ‘Vida’ manages to have insightful, smart things to say about sex, sexuality, and sexual politics while also being just plain hot.
People celebrate Pride in different ways but it’s always a good idea to support queer Latine representation in entertainment.
The Latinx Sixteen Candles is a chance to celebrate our culture and provide representation that is much more nuanced than the original.
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.
Have you ever been in a room where every single person is impressive? Last week, I found myself in exactly in that situation.
Some 75% percent of our media comes from the white, male perspective and it all feels the same to me: tired. Men have been speaking for so long, it’s like they’ve run out of things to say (not that the prospect of repeating themselves is getting them to shut up). Luckily, there’s a lot of […]
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