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All things joteria! This is a place for all queer (Jot@) latin@s/Xican@s/Chican@s.

Run by a fierce jota and a fierce joto.

This tumblr is anti-racist, anti-sizist, anti-ableist, anti-classist, anti-queer/trans*phobic, and generally an all inclusive space.

This is a people of color and Latin@/Chican@/Xican@ centric space. Allies are welcome but please respect the point of this space.

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6 days ago | 2,895 notes

fyqueerlatinxs:

Fuck Yeah Queer Latin@s in Books!

  1. Trauma Queen by Lovemme Corazón
  2. Chulito by Charles Rice-Gonzalez
  3. Down to the Bone by Maya Lazara Dole
  4. City of Night by John Rechy
  5. The Rain God by Arturo Islas
  6. The Dirty Girls Social Club by Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez
  7. The Cha Cha Files: A Chapina Poetica by Maya Chinchilla
  8. Their Dogs Came with Them by Helena Maria Viramontes
  9. Make Love to Rage by Morgan Robyn Colladooc
Via Tierracita
1 week ago | 233 notes
tierracita:

mightyfemme:

fat femmes of color are all we need

Femme babe life is the best life. Pretty sure I’m gonna need to go to Austin to visit these new friends soon
Thanks mightyfemme for the photo!

Labrujamorgan, queerandpresentdanger, and your joteria mod, tierracita! 

tierracita:

mightyfemme:

fat femmes of color are all we need

Femme babe life is the best life. Pretty sure I’m gonna need to go to Austin to visit these new friends soon

Thanks mightyfemme for the photo!

Labrujamorgan, queerandpresentdanger, and your joteria mod, tierracita! 

Via Heck Yes Fat Visibility
1 week ago | 111,555 notes
adulthoodisokay:

This photo of Shaq with a seal is everything I’ve ever wanted. 

adulthoodisokay:

This photo of Shaq with a seal is everything I’ve ever wanted. 

Via stuff I like & stuff I dislike
1 week ago | 2,895 notes

fyqueerlatinxs:

Fuck Yeah Queer Latin@s in Books!

  1. Trauma Queen by Lovemme Corazón
  2. Chulito by Charles Rice-Gonzalez
  3. Down to the Bone by Maya Lazara Dole
  4. City of Night by John Rechy
  5. The Rain God by Arturo Islas
  6. The Dirty Girls Social Club by Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez
  7. The Cha Cha Files: A Chapina Poetica by Maya Chinchilla
  8. Their Dogs Came with Them by Helena Maria Viramontes
  9. Make Love to Rage by Morgan Robyn Colladooc
Via not a total betty, but a vast improvement.
1 month ago | 233 notes
negrapresuntuosa:

tierracita:

mightyfemme:

fat femmes of color are all we need

Femme babe life is the best life. Pretty sure I’m gonna need to go to Austin to visit these new friends soon
Thanks mightyfemme for the photo!

Oh YASSSSSSSSS

negrapresuntuosa:

tierracita:

mightyfemme:

fat femmes of color are all we need

Femme babe life is the best life. Pretty sure I’m gonna need to go to Austin to visit these new friends soon

Thanks mightyfemme for the photo!

Oh YASSSSSSSSS

Via yelling away: a mini manifesto
1 month ago | 2,274 notes

rifles:

Alex Hoerner’s pictures detail the Mexican gay cowboy scene. Shot at Club Tempo in LA, which specializes in Mexican music, specifically Ranchera and Corridos.

Via
1 month ago | 27 notes
reclaimingthelatinatag:

Non-binary, queer half Puerto Rican :)

Scullybaby.tumblr.com

reclaimingthelatinatag:

Non-binary, queer half Puerto Rican :)

Scullybaby.tumblr.com

Via Body & Sol
1 month ago | 4 notes

Send us your summer looks, jot@s. 

Submit here. 

1 month ago | 205 notes
snakeoil:

patriciaalvarado:

MPLSTYLE: In addition to the personal nature of your work, you yourself appear in a lot if it. Do you find catharsis in those moments of performance, or does your own participation live and on­-camera exist solely to support the ideas behind your work?
PATRICIA ALVARADO: My participation in my work is always to support my ideas. I’m all about representation and visibility for other queer fat brown women of color and so my depiction of myself allows for that to happen, not that I believe I represent everyone who is a queer fat brown woman of color. The work matters to me, seeing myself matters, but it’s more ­so for the ideas behind my work to resonate with my viewers.
———————————Read the entire interview between myself and John Mark of MPLSTYLE here. Photograph taken by Savanna Ruedy. Patricia Alvarado

Hi, pls peep this interview I did with MPLSTYLE!!!

snakeoil:

patriciaalvarado:

MPLSTYLE: In addition to the personal nature of your work, you yourself appear in a lot if it. Do you find catharsis in those moments of performance, or does your own participation live and on­-camera exist solely to support the ideas behind your work?

PATRICIA ALVARADO: My participation in my work is always to support my ideas. I’m all about representation and visibility for other queer fat brown women of color and so my depiction of myself allows for that to happen, not that I believe I represent everyone who is a queer fat brown woman of color. The work matters to me, seeing myself matters, but it’s more ­so for the ideas behind my work to resonate with my viewers.

———————————

Read the entire interview between myself and John Mark of MPLSTYLE here. Photograph taken by Savanna Ruedy

Patricia Alvarado

Hi, pls peep this interview I did with MPLSTYLE!!!

Via not a total betty, but a vast improvement.