• Q&A with Queer Xicana-Indígena Artist Adelina Anthony

    Q&A with Queer Xicana-Indígena Artist Adelina Anthony

    The year was 2006. I was at UC Santa Cruz for the MALCS conference specifically for the Regenerations WOC Film Festival. As a twentysomething Xicana Femme, I was in awe of not only the beauty of all the mujeres there but also of all the work that was going on. The air was thick with the want and need for […]

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  • Feliz Cumpleaños a La Mera Mera: Frida Kahlo, Cultural Icon and Queer Trailblazer

    Feliz Cumpleaños a La Mera Mera: Frida Kahlo, Cultural Icon and Queer Trailblazer

    When you live in San Antonio, the three most common images of women that mark the city are La Virgen de Guadalupe, Selena, and Frida Kahlo. Their images materialize themselves in everything from hand-woven bags to gold-encrusted plastic frames, everywhere from Market Square to the Eisenhauer Flea Market. But while La Virgen and Selena are recognized for their giving spirits […]

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