And I got this cute dress🥺
Think I’m gonna be a school girl for halloween this year
I just want to feel better about this. Any other half Hispanics out there that don’t look it at all? I’m pale as fuck but my mother is Puerto Rican. I always struggled feeling like I belong in the community.
“Hers is a timeless life weaving through other longer lives like a flash of lightning in a clouded evening sky.”
Name: Adria Arjona
Ethnicity: Puerto Rican, Guatemalan
D.O.B: April 25, 1992
Occupation: Actress, Model
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I been had the juice 🧃
im starting to build muscle!!!
Anti-Black Latinas that wanna pull the Afro-Latina card when • being called out • for clout/street cred and • when it’s convenient.. all the while silencing the ACTUAL Afro -Latinx community.
JLo is not Black.
SHE SO DAMN CUTE 😍
“In ie tlecujlixquac, in ie tlamamatlac”
“Already at the edge of the fire, already at the stairway”
It’s my bdaaaayyyy🥳
hi! your internalised racism combined with the racism from your family is warping your view of yourself and I am so sorry you have to deal with that from your own fam. “PoC” is a perfectly valid term for you to use for yourself, as is “mixed” “mixed PoC” “latinx” “afro-Latinx” “Creole” or “Puerto Rican”. Being mixed doesn’t make you a watered-down version of your heritage, its what gives you your heritage. Being light-skinned just means you have a degree of privilege, acknowledging that is great and necessary and doesn’t detract from your identity as a PoC, it’s another aspect of it. also, it’s sadly common for mixed with white families to have racist older white members, your feelings about them are 100% justified. it’s okay to feel guilty, and hurt. you do not have to tolerate or forgive them for their racism just because they’re family. keep yourself safe, and don’t do racists job for them by invalidating yourself. x