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Yvette Montoya

Yvette is an L.A. native, a curly girl advocate and a first generation Latina working toward female empowerment through her writing and her artwork. She’s passionate about art, politics, tech, intersectional women’s issues and smacking down haters on Instagram. When she’s not typing away in front of a computer screen you’ll find her re-watching Atlanta & Bob’s Burgers, dancing to reggaeton and playing with her three foster bunnies: Basil, Alfalfa & Art Vandelay.
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5 Latinas Using Poetry to Help Women Like Them Feel Seen

Poetry is an art form that is both highly regarded and regulated by Western- European standards. If you google “good…

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Jennicet Gutiérrez is Fighting for the Trans Undocumented Community

“The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on…

7 Curvy Latinas Changing the Modeling Game HipLatina

30 Curvy Plus-Size Latina Models to Follow on Instagram

Our culture has a serious obsession with women having bodies that are deemed socially acceptable and beautiful. The standards that…

‘The Sun is Also a Star’ Examines What it’s Like to Fall in Love When You’re Being Deported

Based on the New York Times Bestselling novel by Nicola Yoon, The Sun is Also a Star wants us to…

Why Wearing a MAGA Hat is Problematic No Matter What You Believe

The amount of moderate garbage we have to tolerate as people of color is astounding — but what’s more astounding…

Did ‘Modern Family’ Use Sofia Vergara’s Character to Prove Bribery Is Ok?

When I just want to shut off my brain and watch affluent white people get into shenanigans, I automatically go…

La Zista Calls Out Bad Bunny for Lack of Diversity

Watching reggaeton must be a lot like what the original djs, b-boys, and MC’s experienced watching hip hop go mainstream….

Beyonce’s ‘Homecoming’ is a Celebration of Black Academic Excellence

Something Beyoncé is so good at doing is framing her art within the academic dialogue about Blackness in America. Since…

Gina Rodriguez Plays a Writer That Picks Her Career Over a Relationship

As of late Netflix’s rom-com game has been on point — All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, The Kissing Booth,…

40 Latinx Podcasts You Need to Be Listening to Right Now

Four years ago the Latinx podcasting space was barely on the rise and channels were hard to find. Fast forward…

Selena Quintanilla: What’s the Price of Fandom?

The cultural influence of Selena Quintanilla knows no bounds. Our Tejana superstar has lived on for decades after her death…

5 Latina Activists You Won’t Learn About In School

5 Latina Activists You Won’t Learn About In School

In a time when activism is “in” it’s easy to forget that activists all over the world are regularly murdered,…

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