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“The idea of “traditional” Mexican motherhood is rooted in the reverence of the characteristics exemplified by la virgen, and women were long expected (and sometimes still, unrealistically expected) to wait on their children hand and foot, who, by the way, could do no wrong.”

Sarah DeVries, Writer

Do Mexican moms really throw sandals at their kids?
Probably not, but the stereotype speaks volumes about the differences between motherhood in Mexico and the United States.
Do Mexican moms really throw sandals at their kids?
Probably not, but the stereotype speaks volumes about the differences between motherhood in Mexico and the United States.
‘The Mexican Slang Dictionary,’ a book that picks up where your Spanish class left off
Ya vamos a la pachanga, ¿jalas? If you wouldn’t know how to respond, “The Mexican Slang Dictionary” by Alastair Baverstock can help.
‘The Mexican Slang Dictionary,’ a book that picks up where your Spanish class left off
Ya vamos a la pachanga, ¿jalas? If you wouldn’t know how to respond, “The Mexican Slang Dictionary” by Alastair Baverstock can help.

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Writers

Favorite country for retirement:

Why do US citizens keep retiring to Mexico?
You might be surprised to learn what country comes behind Mexico in the list of top 10 places to retire for U.S. citizens.
Why do US citizens keep retiring to Mexico?
You might be surprised to learn what country comes behind Mexico in the list of top 10 places to retire for U.S. citizens.

Photo of the day

The Santa Cecilia Hotel in Guanajuato ❤️ | Photo from @elfotografodeguanajuato

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