When I first heard about Netflix’s emerging reggaetonero comedy “Neon,” I was excited – but the representation I craved was MIA.
Quantum Leap, The Boys, Gen V, Bridgerton, Grey’s Anatomy, and so many others are missing the depth and character Latinos bring.
Director Roger Ross Williams says, “Getting past homophobia and sexism – It’s possible. ‘Cassandro’ lets us see that it’s possible.”
“Cassandro” is a moving, and sweet biopic that touches on interesting ideas about gender and performance, even if it could have gone deeper.
In issue Nº25, #TheLatinaPress covers Latinechella, the phenomena that is Pedro Pascal, and what to watch next.
Top stories written by Latinas delivered to you each month in partnership with #WeAllGrow Latina GORDITA IS OUT, BUT FRANCO IS IN? Given how much is at stake for this nation’s culture, the mostly white men who helm these enormous media companies must engage Latinos with greater urgency and determination. Jean Guerrero . GORDITA. BATGIRL. […]
He’s a villain, not a hero, I know. There’s a lot I could say about casting Puerto Rican Bad Bunny as a Mexican character, especially one so out of pocket as to be nearly non-existent in the Marvel comics. But the most important thing for me, as a Chicano, is how his casting in this […]
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