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Should Batman's Penis Be Censored When We Want To Show A Superhero's Human Side?


September 25, 2018

|Oliver G. Alvar

When and why is it appropriate to depict certain content as opposed to other in a comic book? DC Comics censors Batman's penis, and it is definitely controversial.

Victor A. Lundy And His Vivid Drawings Capture The High Spirit Of A Young WWII Soldier


September 24, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Soldier Victor Alfred Lundy captured the everyday lives of WWII soldiers at the front in sketches and drawings .

Why You Should Stay By Your Pet's Side When It’s Time To Say Goodbye


September 24, 2018

|Hugo Marquez

Pet euthanasia is not something you can decide easily, and the loss will be very hard to cope with. We must stay by their side as a reminder of how much we love them.

This Is The Best Way To Excel At Any Sport According To Top Coaches


September 24, 2018

|Oliver G. Alvar

Wondering how to enhance athletic performance? This is the one step you can't avoid in order to go from frustration to mastery.

22 Photos Of Paris In The 20s Because Who Doesn't Love Paris In The 20s?


September 24, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Most people would agree that Paris lived its most glorious time as a city in the 1920s. These photos are the proof.

5 Fall Winter Essentials For Men Who Like Being Warm But Fashionable


September 24, 2018

|Cultura Colectiva

What do men need to be fashionable during the cold season? These five Fall - Winter essentials for men are all you need to create an amazing outfit.

The Golden Rules For Hair Color: 9 Tips You Need To Know For A Perfect (and Healthy) Dyed Mane


September 21, 2018

|Hugo Marquez

There's nothing more refreshing than giving yourself a new look. But do you know the do's and don'ts when it comes to dyeing your hair?

20 Songs That Show Why Country Music Is The Best To Get Over Heartbreak


September 21, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Country songs might be the best choice to channel our emotions after a heartbreak thanks to their relatability and easy-going rhythms.

Goodbye, Danny Boyle! There Is A New Director For The Next James Bond Film


September 21, 2018

|Vianey D. Olivares

After Danny Boyle quit production due to "creative differences", there is a new director in charge for the new James Bond film.

Margarita, Guac, And 13 Other Words In Spanish You Use In Everyday Life


September 21, 2018

|Oliver G. Alvar

The influence of the Spanish language is undeniable, especially when you realize just how many Spanish words you use in English everyday.

Planning Your Next Holiday? Let The Stars Guide You To A Latin American Destination


September 20, 2018

|Cassandra Luck

If you can't choose your next holiday destination, your Zodiac sign can let you know which are the best places to visit in South and Central America.

Here's Everything You Need To Know To Protect Your Pet During A Natural Disaster


September 20, 2018

|Hugo Marquez

Pet Safety Tips: The survival backpack, an evacuation plan, and other things you need to know and do if you have pets and a natural disaster happens.

Opinion: A New Nation Is Born, And It’s Looking For Citizens


September 20, 2018

|Cultura Colectiva

Would you join a nation without a territory, government, or politics? Meet The Good Country, a virtual nation that wants a better future for everyone.

Why Men Should Be More To Blame For Unwanted Pregnancies Than Women


September 20, 2018

|Oliver G. Alvar

Men should strive to stop the shaming of women for unwanted pregnancies. It’s too easy to use common sense to make the case backfire against them otherwise.

Ice Breakers: 10 Dogs That Made It To The History Books


September 19, 2018

|Hugo Marquez

These celebrated dogs made history because they stole the hearts of their famous owners.

What Did We Do After The Earth Screamed? This Is How We Lived 2017 Mexico's Earthquake in Cultura Colectiva


September 19, 2018

|Cultura Colectiva

Cultura Colectiva will premiere a documentary about Mexico's 2017 earthquake, as an homage to all those who lived the catastrophe.

7 Things You Don’t Realize Until Your First Earthquake


September 19, 2018

|Zoralis Pérez

The September 19th earthquake that rocked Mexico City last year killed hundreds and changed the lives of everyone who survived.

Mama Dragons: A Network Of Fierce Mothers Who Support Their LGBT+ Children


September 19, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

Being the parent of an LGBT+ child can be difficult at first. Mama Dragons is a support group for parents in need of advice and understanding.

Makeup and Hair Inspo From The 2018 Emmy Awards You Should Try ASAP


September 18, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Natural hair and makeup looks dominated this year's Emmy red carpet. Here are the best looks you can use as inspiration for your next event.

Héctor Lavoe: His Story Of Music, Drugs, And Excess In NYC In The 1970s


September 18, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Hector Lavoe's life was one of excess and tragedy, but when it came to the stage, he always managed to leave everything behind and became a king of salsa.

The Voices Of An Earthquake: Alma, The Survivor Who Made It Out Of The Rubble


September 18, 2018

|Octavio Ortega

Alma’s building collapsed during Mexico’s 2017 earthquake.Though it took nine hours for her to be rescued, it’s taken her months to overcome the trauma.

Mrs. Maisel Stole The Show At This Year's Emmy's. Here Are the Other Winners


September 17, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was the ultimate winner of this year's Emmys. Here's the list of the winners of the most important categories.

The Unforgettable, The Meh, and The Worst Dressed At The Emmy Awards


September 17, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

From classic cuts, to really strange outfits, these are the unforgettable, the meh, and the worst dressed of the 2018 Emmy Awards.

The President Who Is Against Immigration Praises Hispanic Contribution To The United States


September 17, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

Donald Trump commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month at the White House with rather contradictory remarks.

How To Know If You Have PTSD After You’ve Been In A Natural Disaster


September 17, 2018

|Georgette Valentini

These are some of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) signs after a natural disaster. The most important thing is to embrace your feelings and express your emotions.

10 Ways You Can Make Your Partner Confess They're Cheating


September 17, 2018

|Cultura Colectiva

Here are a few tips that will help you deal with a cheating partner.

‘We Are Under The Rubble”: Rod, From Accountant To Brigade Member


September 14, 2018

|Gustavo Pineda

Rodrigo Heredia Chía was one of the brigade members who helped rescue people from collapsed buildings during the earthquake in Mexico on September 19th.

Mexico's Independence Was Won By Women, But We Celebrate A Licentious Priest


September 14, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Every year we honor the heroes that achieved Mexico's Independence, but there are so many left out, mainly women.

Who Will Sit On The Iron Throne? 5 Theories On How Game Of Thrones Will End


September 13, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

It's been a while since we saw the shocking finale of Game of Thrones' last season, but fans are using the time to look back for clues to guess the ending.

Let The Fiesta Begin! Here Are 10 Events For You To Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month


September 13, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

Hispanic Heritage Month is around the corner. Get ready to celebrate the contributions of Latinxs in the US with this fiesta, from September 15 to October 15.

Here's Why The Hispanic Community Is The One That Built The US We Know Today


September 13, 2018

|Hugo Marquez

It’s not about validation; it’s about visibility. The Hispanic Heritage Month remembers, honors, and celebrates Hispanic Americans whose unique culture and heritage shaped the American society for the better.

The Inca Ruler And Peruvian Revolutionary Who Inspired 2Pac's Persona


September 13, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Tupac Shakur was a musical and cultural icon. However, his destiny might have been defined by being named after two Peruvian revolutionaries who shared the name: Tupac Amaru

This Is All You Need To Know Before ‘American Horror Story: Apocalypse’ Begins


September 12, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

The eighth season of the horror anthology, American Horror Story, is about to be released. Here's everything we know so far.

12 Powerful Images From The Moments After An Earthquake Shook Mexico City in 2017


September 12, 2018

|Alejandro I. López

One year after the September 19th earthquakes that rocked Mexico in 2017, Luis Arango's photographs of the tragedy in Mexico City are worth a thousand words.

This Is What Happens When Ancient Gods Irrupt Into Our Daily Life


September 11, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

In "The Daily Life Of Gods," Alexey Kondakov brings characters from 18th and 19th-century paintings into the modern world.

When Tacky Gets Pretentious: 7 Daily Life Things That Somehow Became High Fashion Accessories


September 11, 2018

|Hugo Marquez

Here are seven items that were ridiculously labeled as high fashion accessories, yet are just fashion crimes.

The Mummies Of Guanajuato Museum That Displays Dozens Of Bodies In Excruciating Pain


September 11, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

The Mummies of Guanajuato Museum displays dozens of naturally-preserved bodies showing the excruciating pain they suffered as a result of cholera.

Not Everyone Is A Love Guru: Five Types Of People Who Give The Worst Relationship Advice.


September 10, 2018

|Hugo Marquez

Not everyone is a love guru, so we did the research, and these are the people who would give you the worst relationship advice.

Immerse Yourself In The Surrealist Artwork Of Maggie Taylor


September 10, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

Through her surrealist digital photographs, artist Maggie Taylor invites you to explore your craziest dreams and put your imagination to the test.

From Caligula To Nero: There Might Be A Scientific Explanation For Their Eccentricities


September 10, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Many Roman Emperors like Caligula and Nero are known for their eccentricities and madness. This might be the result of plumbism or lead poisoning.

Tarantino's Star Trek Film Could Finally Show Us The Dreadful Side Of Space


September 7, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Quentin Tarantino is in talks to direct the next Star Trek film, and fans can't wait to see his violent and gory style taking on the franchise.

Rapper Mac Miller Dead At 26 Of Apparent Drug Overdose


September 7, 2018

|Hugo Marquez

26-year-old Pittsburgh rapper and producer, Mac Miller, has passed away this Friday noon in California.

Hold Your Head Up High: 10 Covers To Remind You That You Will Survive No Matter What


September 7, 2018

|Hugo Marquez

Here are ten covers in different music styles of the incredible "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor, one of the most famous disco songs ever.

20 Day of The Dead Tattoos That Will Inspire You To Celebrate Life


September 7, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

Thinking about getting a skull tattoo? Give a Latin and colorful flavor to it with these Day of the Dead tattoos.

Love Is Love: Consensual Gay Sex Is No Longer a Crime In India


September 6, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

An old law that made same-sex relationships in India a crime was just struck down. Let's celebrate that love is love, regardless of orientation.