Fuck Yeah Queer Latin@s

mayachapina:

Ooooh she fwine. #tomboi #femmeybutch #butchyfemme #joteria #oaklandpride

mayachapina:

Ooooh she fwine. #tomboi #femmeybutch #butchyfemme #joteria #oaklandpride

mybrainepitomized:

We cute doe 😘😘 #boyfriend #lover #thebae #queer #queerlyfe #apachame #joteria #sandiego #qpoc #love #OhBaybay

mybrainepitomized:

We cute doe 😘😘 #boyfriend #lover #thebae #queer #queerlyfe #apachame #joteria #sandiego #qpoc #love #OhBaybay

chastitypariah:

#thalía #joterias #90s 💅🌈👯

moonjabes:

I’m not a hand model

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(Source: khelish)

pinche-flaka:

Sick but still cute

pinche-flaka:

Sick but still cute

duermoconculebras:

Sailor Venus

Rocket number 9, take off to the planet, Venus

duermoconculebras:

Sailor Venus

Rocket number 9, take off to the planet, Venus

Fuck Yeah Queer Latin@s in Music!

  1. Rita Indiana y Los Misterios - “El Juidero”
    The debut album of the Santo Domingo based band, lead by lesbian afrodominicana singer Rita Indiana.

  2. Ricky Martin - “Música + Alma + Sexo”
    The latest musical release by the world famous Puerto Rican pop star, who in 2010 came out as proudly gay.

  3. Javiera Mena - “Mena”
    The sophomore album of the lesbian Chilean indie electropop artist who has become a favorite among Latin American indie music fans.

  4. StormMiguel Florez - “Long Lost Sun”
    The second full length album released by the trans Chicano cantador. He describes it as “sweet and haunting maricon/a folk rock”

  5. Nina Sky - “Nicole & Natalie”
    The third and most recent studio album by the island-born, mainlaind-raised Puerto Rican twins. The album includes production/mixing by openly lesbian DJ Ni* Sky (Nicole Albino)

  6. Zemmoa - “Puro desamor, vol 1”
    The first studio album by the trans mexicana nightlife and fashion socialite.

  7. Chavela Vargas - “Chavela At Carnegie Hall”
    Recorded during her sold-out show on September 15, 2003 at the legendary New York City hall, this album captures the emotive magic found in the voice of the late great Costa Rican ranchera singer.

  8. Cazuza - “Burguesia”
    The last studio album by the openly bisexual Brazilian singer and former vocalist of Barão Vermelho. The double album was recorded while the singer was already weak from an advanced stage of AIDS. 

  9. Lisa M - “Respect”The latest release by Puerto Rican singer-songwriter and “Queen of Spanish Rap” who came out as lesbian via Facebook in 2010.
elsabordelamorydeldolor:

Blog launching soon for those who are sartorially inspired and on a budget. #dapper #chicano #qpoc #tmoc #consafos #elcatrin

elsabordelamorydeldolor:

Blog launching soon for those who are sartorially inspired and on a budget. #dapper #chicano #qpoc #tmoc #consafos #elcatrin

Anonymous said: Thank you so much for the list of Latin@ LGBT authors. You recently shared a video of a gay Latino singer. Do you know where I could find more LGBT Latin@ singers or musicians?

You’re very welcome! We’re glad it received the response it did. We will be creating more “Fuck Yeah Queer Latin@ in Books” posts, so keep a look out for them. (If you want to see our previous FYQLB posts, check out our tag here)

In regards to your questions, we will be posting a new “Fuck Yeah Queer Latin@s in Music” soon, featuring a few albums by queer/trans Latin@s. It’s in the queue ready to go.

And as always, please feel free to ask questions, submit content, or simply reblog and like. We love your selfies (please keep using the tag #fyql!), but we are more than just a collection of pretty faces, we want to be a resource for you guap@s as well.

janetmock:

Brooke Cerda Guzmán is a powerful organizer and activist, a powerful trans latina sister who is helping mobilize the Islan Nettles demonstration in New York City, being held on January 30, 2014. 

In this video, she centers the experiences and work of trans women of color, speaks the name of Islan Nettles’ legacy and holds organizations in NYC and beyond accountable for their lack of response to offering resources for this major demonstration.

I love you Brooke. Thank you for all you do for and alongside our sisters. 

Please spread the word about this demonstration by sharing this video and the FB event info.

WHAT: Demand Justice for Islan Nettles and All Anti-trans crime victims

WHEN: Thursday, January 30th 2014, 4 p.m.

WHERE: One Police Plaza, Manhattan