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Mexican women and beer are pretty much the same thing

















I took a photo of this in a local restaurant in Houston. Unfortunately, it is not the only advertisement that I have seen that equates Mexican women with beer. Other ads in Spanish talk about prefering “blondes” (beer/women), and they play on the colonization that we have suffered, which makes us value whites more than ourselves. These other ads go so far as to depict blondes in the ads.

For the Spanish impaired, the ad uses a double entendre to say “The Easiest Way To Have A Mexican (Lady) In Your Hands.”

This ad blatently encourages men to most easily get women into bed by giving them beer, and it also doubles to compare women with beer itself. This is how our young men are taught to see their other self. Young women get the same message, and it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. If you tell someone that they are trash, they become trash. What properties are associated with beer? They wish for us to see our women as we see beer: for entertainment, void of responsibility, for pleasure and finally for the trash can.

Don’t discard our women. Discard this system.

Don’t reform the system. We havef been pleading for reform for 100 years. We will do for self and build our own nation. When the first pyramids were built in Mexico, they said that it was an impossible task. Do not be deterred, we can build our own!

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