Something that whispered, “This is dangerous.” When my son grew into his teenaged sexual awakening, I started to pay attention to these stories.After all, these women were talking about men like my son. The way he loved Maricruz in those final episodes (she was pregnant, if you remember) made me think that “one day, I will have my own papi too.” And I did. He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named and You-Know-Who made me believe in the goodness of men. It’s “I like you” or “I don’t like you.” And yes, asking a Mexican man if you look fat in that dress will always end in a Greek tragedy. When I came to Argentina, I started eating Doritos with a power hot sauce all over it and my friends were like, “Doritos with hot sauce? ” I smiled and whispered to myself, “the Mexicans.” A bottle of hot sauce will always serve as their icon. But let me tell you that it never ends bad with Mexicans — ending a relationship with them is always a good note, regardless of what you’ve been through. While everyone had the hots for the unbelievably stunning Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller), I appreciated Sucre’s mexicanism more.Puerto Rican women hated me when I wasn't married because they thought I was out to take their men when it was really the other way around!I can't tell you how many times I have been approached by Puerto Rican men that would gladly leave their families to just be with me!
It seems that Latina women are the complete opposite.I stop, catch my son’s eye, and give them their space. Yes, my partner has a leaning towards fat girls like me, but to suggest that everyone in an entire ethnic group has the same preference was clearly wrong.She clearly likes my son, and I can see him basking in the attention. As other white women shared these stories with me, I started to get itchy. Then came Fernando Sucre (Amaury Nolasco) from Prison Break. At the time, my country (the Philippines) have adapted a lot of telenovelas from Mexico and I only relied on Thalia’s Fernando Jose as an icon on the undying Maria Mercedes series.