Virginia Isaad

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Tips for Dating as a Person with Disabilities From Your Disabled Latina Bestie

Virginia Isaad
Andrea Lausell is a queer disabled Boricua & Cubana based in Los Angeles, California. She creates digital content about disability, sex ed, fashion and bringing awareness to her own disability, Spina Bifida. For the past nineteen years of my life...
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Digame: Dalina Soto is an Anti-Diet Nutritionist Helping Latinas Eat Smarter

Virginia Isaad
Digame is a monthly series featuring prominent Latinx leaders, activists, entrepreneurs, and public figures uplifting the community and making a difference. Dalina Soto is a Dominican-American registered dietitian and one of the few Spanish speaking RDs in the Philadelphia area and...
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“For Rosa” Director Talks Shining a Light on the Forced Sterilization of Latinas

Virginia Isaad
Fighting for reproductive rights has been a long-time struggle but when it comes to doctors we’re taught to inherently trust them and focus on fighting dangerous policies instead. But in the late 1960s and early 1970s, several Mexican-American women trusted...
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Bad Bunny & Cheetos Release Exclusive adidas Collection & Announce Contest Benefitting Students

Virginia Isaad
From Crocs to Corona, Bad Bunny has been killing it with his company collaborations lately. Now, he’s joining forces with Cheetos and adidas to drop an exclusive leisurewear collection August 6 that combines his style with the “Cheetos Look”, according...
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Marvel Announces Latinx-Led Comic Anthology ‘Comunidades’

Virginia Isaad
Superhero fans, get ready—Marvel Comics has announced a comic anthology that will center Latinx heroes and creators, writers, and artists from the Marvel Universe! After the success of their previous collections, including Marvel’s Voices: Legacy and Marvel’s Voices: Pride, the...
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Naomi Osaka is First Haitian & Japanese Woman to be on the Cover of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue

Virginia Isaad
Naomi Osaka made headlines in May of this year when she pulled out of the French Open due to anxiety, sharing that she’s “suffered long bouts of depression.” Osaka, 23, was born in Japan to a Haitian father and Japanese...