The Hypersexualization of Salvadoran Women in the US: twitter discussion with Professor of Central American Studies Leisy Abrego, Bad Dominicana, and myself.

Edit for Context: Professor Leisy Abrego describes harmful Salvadoran stereotypes by Mexican American students in her class. I tie those depictions to the hypersexualization of Salvadoran Women in Mexican American media and the experiences of my mother in Los Angeles. Bad Domincana offers insight on how Latin American perspectives on Afro-Mestizas and darker skinned women add gas to the fire.

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