Welcome to our digital magazine for girls 11-13 only! We have a section for every Latina girls’s needs from advice to fashion, school tips to entertainment, health to beauty and interviews to poetry. We are a magazine by Latina girls, for Latina girls! This is your space to express yourself. If you want to have your writing or art featured on our pages, send us your submission and get published. If you have an idea for an article, just send us a message. Check out these recent stories by Latinitas just like you.

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5 Tips to Break the Phone Habit

Since social media is everywhere, there has to be a balance between the world we create and share online, the life we lead, and the responsibilities we have every day. With all the social media websites and apps nowadays, instant communication and information is at the touch of our finger tips. Young Latinas have been brought… Read more

Fun Stuff for Girls


Spotlight: 5 Latina Athletes

Have you heard of these leading Latina athletes? Check them out: Diana Taurasi Outstanding basketball player, and  two-time winner of the Big East Player of the Year award. Since her childhood, Taurasi has shown immense talent by winning several awards and tournaments. Now, she is a three-times WNBA champion, six times All-Star champion. Amy Rodriguez Rodriguez, a Cuban… Read more

Get Real for Girls


Girl Talk: Teen Pregnancy

Gabby Silva shares her thoughts on teen pregnancy: Latinas have had the highest rate on teen pregnancies since 1995 over all the major ethnicities in the country. Only 80% of teenagers do not receive any type of sexual education before they encounter their first sexual relationship. Lack of sexual education is problematic for Latinas, especially when… Read more

Her History for Girls


Spotlight: Latina Activists

Armed with a powerful voice and a passion for civil rights, these woman made a huge impact with their activism. Rigoberta Menchu, Guatemalan activist, won a Nobel Peace Award in 1992 for her contributions to civil rights campaigns. Born and raised in Guatemala, she overcame civil disobedience and grief. Various members of her family were tortured, which includes… Read more

Latina Beat for Girls

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Favorite Cultural Traditions

Chicas share their favorite cultural tradition.  “My favorite Mexican culture tradition is the food. Which is not exactly a tradition, but it’s the best thing ever. Mexican food is great! What I love the most about it is how there’s a classic dish that we all love at every family gathering. This is what makes me feel… Read more

Your View for Girls


Fighting Latina Stereotypes

Chicas share their thoughts on Latina stereotypes. “In the media, Latinas are usually portrayed as three silly and flat characters: the chola, the maid, and the home wrecker. The chola portrays the typical thin eyebrowed, thug girl that goes around low income neighborhoods beating everyone up. With this stereotype the ‘chola’ aesthetic is slandered and… Read more