A writer and activist, Cristina Escobar is the co-founder of latinamedia.co, uplifting Latina and gender non-conforming Latinx perspectives in media. A rehabilitated English major, she’s a member of the Latino Entertainment Journalists Association and a Rotten-Tomatoes approved critic. A mom of two, she writes at the intersection of race, gender, and pop culture. Her words can be found in Glamour, Latino Rebels, Refinery29, Remezcla, Roger Ebert, Shondaland, and lost grocery lists. Finally and most importantly, her abuelita made the best tamales this world has ever seen.
The Real Villain Of 'Encanto' Is The Messy Complication Of Family
And I’m so grateful it was the first movie my daughter saw in the theater
Workin' Mom Friends: How A Motherhood Sitcom Got Me Thinking About Friendship
We’ve never valued friendship as a society, but season 5 shows us another way.
The Power Of Ilana Glazer’s 'False Positive' Is That It Takes Our Pregnancy Fear Seriously
Is it weird that I find an IVF horror movie reassuring?