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viejospellejos 2 days ago
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驴Hay hambre? 馃尞
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thesaintart 23 hours ago
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Vivianne.
D&D character commission.
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brownandtrans 2 days ago
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Happy pride month!! (He/him)
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queendomella 21 hours ago
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驴Qu茅 plan tienen para este fin de semana?隆Cu茅ntenme!
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aprilxbabe a day ago
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I鈥檓 cute as fuck 馃ス
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gothmusiclatinamerica 22 hours ago
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Music video to 2022 single 鈥淭enochtitlan鈥 by Mexican goth, postpunk, coldwave, industrial, and synthpop band Calaverx
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empty-fearss a day ago
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NO REBLOG
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softbadass 6 months ago
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as a mexican i can鈥檛 help but laugh at how wrong some americans writing mexican characters get the way our name system works so lemme explain so you can get it right!
so most mexicans (remarking MOST because i do mean 99% of us) have TWO last names that come from our parents. it's basically like this:
name / paternal last name (dad's first last name) / maternal last name (mum's first last name).
the first last name is ALWAYS the paternal last name, it always comes from the dad side of the family. there are some exceptions though. in 3 states of the country it's already legal to put the maternal last name first but it's very rare and usually only in special cases, like when the father is absent for example.
there are also cases where the person has only one last name but this is not only extremely rare but it can cause a lot of hardships with legal documentation like school, banks, etc. this can happen for some reasons:
1- they're the child of a single parent (however, to avoid the difficulties that come with having one single last name some end up being registered with the same last names as the parent, but inverted)
2- they were registered in another country where they only have one last name (for example USA, a friend of mine was registered there and for that reason they only have one last name in their documents)
it's important to mention that unlike american last names, the two last names are not separated by 鈥-鈥 they're only separated by a space.
the last names are not necessarily one word, some have two or three. for example last names like 鈥渄e la rosa鈥 or 鈥渄el olmo鈥
also, there's no such thing as married name here. women don't change their last names nor mix them with their husbands last names.
as i am aware, last names tend to work like this in all latin america but many specific details may be different depending on the country and i am not that well informed.
either way, i hope this helps anyone who鈥檚 developing a mexican character!
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theancientwayoflife 8 months ago
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~Hummingbird Cup.
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Culture: Mixtec
Period: Postclassic
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Place of origin: Zaachila, Zimatl谩n valley, Monte Alb谩n
Date: A.D. 1225
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nishinoyas-angel 14 days ago
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Between certain scenes of the movie and her and Tenoch Puerta dancing together on tour, Wakanda Forever is a fat reminder that Lupita Nyong鈥檕 is proudly Mexican锟 and it makes me so happy. 锟
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disease 26 days ago
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鈥淢ARGIN OF ACCIDENT/RUNNING GAG鈥 DAMI脕N ORTEGA // 2005 [wooden chair construction | 90 x 131.2 x 41.4 cm.]
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startheskeletons 2 months ago
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Happy Mexican Independence Day 馃嚥馃嚱 and Hispanic heritage month!! (Why dose it start in the middle of the month..)
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vintagehomecollection 6 months ago
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Bold beauty. A modern approach in a Mexican house is to build an enclosed staircase out of what appear to be structural beams. Everything about this simple staircase is consistent with the way the rest of the interior has been treated - pink, rough-textured walls and solid floor and woodwork - and much is made of the sunlight that casts wavy shadows through the slatted ceiling.
Classic Country Style And How to Achieve It, 1990
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aprilxbabe 2 days ago
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Oh hi 馃憢馃徑
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futurecorps3 12 days ago
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Representation fucking matters.
Before watching the new Black Panther movie I really didn鈥檛 feel the need for it. Ofc I got why people wanted to be seen in big screens and different platforms but never really felt identified with the feeling people described. (I鈥檓 a member of the lgbt community as well but since I grew up on a very open household with a loving family that opened that part of the culture to me it was never a big thing).
Today that changed when I saw brown people on screen. I saw people who look like me and my friends and the ones I see on the streets everyday. I鈥檓 a Mexican woman, born and raised in Mexico and getting to see such a beautiful representation of my culture and people warmed my heart and made me feel exactly what minorities who were overshadowed by western media describe.
They even included Mayan legends on it, which I鈥檝e always found absolutely beautiful. I live near some ruins (Teotihuac谩n, look it up) and it鈥檚 quite beautiful to see elements I saw on field trips and history classes represented on a movie. And not just any movie, a marvel movie. I grew up with them and seeing my culture developing in the same universe was just mesmerizing.
If you read this all the way, thank you. Means the world <3
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one-time-i-dreamt a month ago
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I was explaining to someone that I was half-Mexican because of my dad's side, except in my dream my dad was Sans Undertale.
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