Fanpopping since October 2009

  • Female, 28 years old
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  • Favorite Movie: The Lion King, Tangled, The Hunchback of Notre, Harry Potter movies, Lord of the Rings
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    Favorite Book or Author: Harry Potter series, Chronicles of Narnia
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Any chance I could get you to vote and maybe leave a comment in this disney pesquisa I made here:

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I'm trying to get as many Fanpoppers to vote and comment and your vote could really help a lot :) I'd really appreciate it as every little vote counts :) Posted over a year ago
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Hey! I haven't seen you here since a long time, how have you been? Posted over a year ago
TigerRanma said about disney princesas
I accept Honey limão as a Latina character. I don't accept Princess Sofia as being the first Latina disney princess because being half Spanish is not Latino; it's Caucasian, so she's full White. And I accept Princess Elena as Latina, even though I am also disappointed that she doesn't get her own movie. Posted over a year ago
LupinPrincess commented…
Being half Spanish is not Latino??? Oh please, it sounds mais like u don't accept her Spanish roots because of her skin color over a year ago
TigerRanma commented…
Because we're not. Latinos are Latin American. We are a mixed breed. Our ancestors are the Spanish and the natives that lived here in the Americas (Mayans, Incas, and Aztecs). It's like calling Kuzco and the characters from The Emperor's New Groove "Latino". They are not. They were their own race. People from Spain are Caucasian. We Latino adopted the language because they were our ancestors. But we are our own people. over a year ago
TigerRanma commented…
Well, yes, but you're not going to call every European a Latino. You are directly Spanish from your grandparents. You are both Spanish and Latina. My grandparents were straight from Puerto Rico or Colombia. Only some time a long, long time ago, were my Spanish ancestors with the natives of Puerto Rico (the Tainos) and that's how my Puerto Rican family came to be. I am not Spanish or Native American though. I am Latin American. I am the mixed breed of two different races many years ago. Sofia is related to Spain from her mother's side but she is not from Latin America. She is pretty much full European. (being that Enchancia is a fictional country based in Europe). over a year ago