b-a-freakandgeek asked: To correspond to the anonymous, to inform you so has the term Latino been forcer upon us. Yo soy una mujer Chicana con mucho orgullo. Call me what you like but I know what I am. No need to be politically correct.
There you go! Thank you for your input! We should all be proud of who we are, regardless of terminology. -Mark&Patty
Anonymous asked: I don't mean to offend in any way. I am a Chicano, and just wanted to point out that the term "Hispanic" is not the best term to refer to people that are Latinos. Just because it has been a forced term on us. It's a political issue. We didn't choose to be called Hispanic. Thy labeled us. Just curious about your thoughts on that.
I see it as a personal preference kind of thing. For me, Mark, I prefer the term hispanic over Latino because when I hear “Latino” I think of people from Spanish speaking countries in South and Central America, the Caribbean, ect. There are various debates on this kind of thing, but I don’t think we wanna get into that on here. Haha. What do you guys think?
What do you guys think about the teams going to the Superbowl? What team do you think deserves to go the Superbowl?
Anonymous asked: I'm from mexico and venezuela, currently living in mexico and everything in your blog applies to me. Since I'm not "chicana" I feel bad for reblogging.
Whether you’re Latin or Hispanic, white or black, Asian or Russian, you are welcome on this blog. We made this blog about “Chicanos” specifically because we are most familiar with the life of Mexican Americans. No one should be guilty about reblogging our stuff because it’s not only for our fellow Chicanos. If it applies to you, by all means, reblog it! :) -Mark&Patty