Latinas have a word for what we just saw in the Senate.
"Being a man is about challenging the script that was handed down to us."
The fact remains that LGBT people are only properly portrayed in a staggeringly few novelas. The majority of the melodramas simply fail the LGBT community and larger Latino community with either two-dimensional, frequently disparaged LGBT characters or a world simply not inhabited by LGBT characters at all.
Last week, a study was released on attitudes toward women in Brazil. In a shocking revelation, the majority of those interviewed agreed that "women who wear clothes that show off their body deserve to be attacked." Activists turned to social media to express outrage and to challenge this way of thinking.
There are men involved who still exhibit violent behavior, and there aren't enough resources to handle the overwhelming demand for individual psychological attention. But changing attitudes and practices prove that it is possible to unlearn machismo.
I was there on the day he sold an airplane he flew every day, maintained every inch of, recovered, put new engines in, for
Julio acknowledges that although machismo has been a big part of the society around him, this model is changing. Fathers