Hola! It's Latinx heritage month; for some reason, it's from September 15 to October 15. Weird dates aside, I celebrate my Puerto Rican culture all year round, just with a little more emphasis this month. No matter your culture, it's always essential to learn about our culture and history. Even if you are not part of the Latinx community or just love In the Heights, I have put together a list of Latinx-owned businesses to support. Next time you shop for something, maybe think of these brands first!
The pandemic has changed a lot in fashion. The Met Gala, considered the super bowl of fashion, was canceled last year and I can say I was not the only one who was disappointed. Every year, I am always glued to my TV watching the red carpet on E! to see what the celebrities are … Continue reading VMAs Vs. Met Gala: My Favorite Looks
Recently, extreme abortion bands have been passed in many states across the country. But Texas has passed the most extreme ones yet. Many "pro-life" supporters fail to realize that no matter how many laws they enact, they will never stop a woman from obtaining an abortion. One of the main goals is to challenge Roe. vs. Wade, the Supreme Court case legalizing abortion nationwide. These bills are also not about ending abortion entirely but mainly about controlling women.
Ciao! Disney's new Cruella movie is out, and I loved it, especially the punk, 1970s British fashion! Cruella is one of my favorite Disney villains and a fashion icon. I think a lot f us can relate to Cruella when she says " from a younger age, I realized I saw the world differently from everyone else." But if she has taught us anything it's dare to be different. "Being normal is vastly overrated." Oh, wait wrong movie! “I like to say that ‘normal’ is the cruelest insult of them all, and at least I never get that.” There we go. I did a Cruella look in my modern-day Disney villains post, which you can check out here. In honor of the movie, I put together Cruella-inspired looks using Hot Topic and Her Universe's collections.
Ciao and happy Pride month! This is the month everyone can celebrate their sexuality and the progress we have made, remind us of the struggles everyone continues to face, and when corporations slap rainbows on everything. Don't get me wrong we've come a long way but most companies see Pride as a way to seem … Continue reading Pride Collections that Don’t Suck
Ciao everyone. Except those who don't think the women's soccer team should be paid equally. We know I am am very much a girly girl and not at all athletic. I couldn't care less about professional sports or how much athletes get paid. But as a feminist I do care about the pay gap between the professional men's and women's soccer teams. In terms of Gender equality the United States is 28th in the world. The WUSST (women's US soccer team) is no exception. The Women's U.S. soccer team is one of the best in the world, yet they are not paid like it. There is a huge pay gap between the two teams and in this post I look to explore why that is and why it is unfair.
In may, a Florida high school near Jacksonville edited 80 females' yearbook photos for so-called "modesty." The faculty yearbook advisor ultimately decided to edit the photos because the outfits in the photos allegedly violated the school's dress code. The school told the media the code states that girls must dress modestly and cover their chest … Continue reading Florida’s Betram High Yearbook and why we need to Stop Sexualizing Young Females
You may have read my past few posts on gender less clothing and gender stereotypical. You may have noticed some photos of me wearing this outfit. I know want to share more pictures of this look.
The state of the environment is still a crisis. It is up to our generation to help combat the global crisis. While we can’t all be Greta Thumburg, there are small things you can do to help the environment. Here is a list of small and easy things I do (and you can do) to make your life more sustainable.
A lot of businesses have struggled as a result of the pandemic. But ones owned by Asian Americans, immigrants and Pacific islanders have been specifically hit hard. Especially given the outright racism, discrimination and hate they have been getting lately. Its always important to support diverse businesses, yet given much of the racism, Asian American … Continue reading Asian and Pacific Islander Businesses to Support