Now that our collective obsession with our most recent Internet Boyfriend, Pedro Pascal, seems to be dying down a bit (I’ll love you forever, Pedrito) maybe it’s time we shift our focus over to a newer, fresher face. A New Year is the perfect time to fangirl (and, okay, slightly obsess) over a new Latinx […]
“J is for Janucá” holds space for the religious and cultural traditions of a minority within a minority—Latinx Jews.
From real life to TV and movies, eldest daughters have to carry everyone’s burdens and expectations and still keep it together.
Growing up, my cousins and I devoured “The Summer I Turned Pretty” book series and now the show has us debating Belly’s choices again.
Che Diaz, the first Latinx main character in the SATC franchise, is a queer cliché and that’s not the type of representation we need.
Whenever I think of the phrase “happily ever after” the first image that comes to mind is Cinderella and her Prince Charming waving from the back of a horse-drawn carriage (understandable since we’ve been conditioned by movies and fairytales to believe that’s what a happy ending looks like); I rarely think about people who don’t […]
A few minutes into “Rise of the Pink Ladies,” I was sold thanks to a combination of good music, nostalgia, and strong representation.
Chanel Cleeton’s “Next Year in Havana” is about two Cuban women from the same family facing challenges and changes in uncertain times.
I have what my mom calls a “telenovela name,” and when a microaggression at work made me feel bad about it, I turned to “Spy Kids” for help.
Guillermo del Toro’s version of “Pinocchio” artfully merges beauty and horror and so reveals its Mexican soul despite its source material.