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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Ringing in the New Year: Self-Reflection

The year is almost over! Therefore, give yourself some time ahead to spend a moment doing personal reflection before the year ends.  Self-reflection is a great way to start the new year. Practicing self-reflection has been practiced for centuries and it’s rooted in the world’s greatest spiritual traditions. But what does self-reflection mean? Self-reflection can be… 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

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Growing Up Latina

written by Stephanie Puente I was born in the United States, but my parents, aunts, uncles, and grandparents were born in different parts of Mexico. My dad and grandma only speak Spanish, which made it very difficult for me to communicate with them because I was accustomed to the English language. As I got older,… 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


From El Paso to Califas: Pachuco Subculture

Written by Veronica Martinez The iconic chuca and chuco look can still be seen today, and this iconic trend is more than a fashion statement. There’s a rich history, like the Zoot Suit riots, that is tied to the pachuco and pachuca subcultures. A chuco or pachuco is a subculture that started in Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, TX–… Read more

Your View for Girls


Letter to a Younger Me

Young girl, You never walk alone, just misunderstood. Yes, you are unique, But life’s conditions, those are few and we’re all afflicted. So don’t be scared to tell about yourself, You’d be surprised when people open about themselves How much like you they are. That being said, Always take their good advice, And be able… Read more