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Of course, she can afford her part of the dinner, the lunch or the tea, but it is so different when the man pays the bill! So, I already mentioned how passionate we are, right? A flower for example…or something small and inexpensive (of course it is even better if it is very expensive, hahaha! Little presents: Small gestures and presents are very important…with or without a reason.She is a writer who reclaims storytelling and embodied knowledge as trauma healing tools in her reproductive justice work.Her most recent writing can be found in Latina Magazine, NBC News, New Mexico’s Greenfire Times, and the Malpais Review.Intercourse is never visually depicted in the film, though Pablos employs crisp editing and intimate sound design to evoke the tactility of the act both at its most desolate and most innocent extremes: In one scene, mid-coital moaning soundtracks a montage of alternating closeups of a sex slave and her clients prior to engagement.It’s a technique, not dissimilarly employed in Julia Leigh’s “Sleeping Beauty,” that chillingly conveys the detached sensation of bodily appropriation, while also elegantly getting around potential censorship restrictions pertaining to the subject of underage sexuality. Their escape is ill planned and short-lived: After the couple is caught by Ulises’ father, Marcos (Edward Coward), Sofia (renamed Andrea by her captors) is put ruthlessly to work.She is the Executive Director at Young Women United (YWU), where she leads policy, community organizing and culture shift strategies to build communities where all people can make real decisions about their own bodies and lives.Tannia has been active in social justice movements for over 17 years working on racial justice, immigrant rights, gender justice, and LGBTQ liberation.
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Denicia is the Policy Director of Young Women United (YWU), an organization that leads community organizing and policy efforts by and for young women of color in New Mexico.
Denicia leads the design and implementation of YWU’s change making strategies.
Sex trafficking is not a new issue in Mexico, even if its media presence has been dwarfed over the years by the ongoing coverage — in news and in fiction alike — of the country’s continuously raging drug war. “The Chosen Ones,” needless to say, is a bitterly ironic title: There is no honor in selection here, as candidates are scoped out for a malleable fusion of youthful gullibility, domestic desperation and baby-doll beauty.
(Even at Cannes, Pablos’s superior film has stood in the shadow of Denis Villeneuve’s “Sicario,” a far glossier exercise in south-of-the-border moral turpitude.) By setting his unhappy story in the border city of Tijuana — as opposed to Tenancingo, widely recognized as the epicenter of the Mexican sex-slave trade — Pablos invites particularly horrified responses of so-near-yet-so-far cultural recognition from adjacent U. Fourteen-year-old Sofia (Nancy Talamantes) has all three in spades, and is duly targeted by callow pimp-in-training Ulises (Oscar Torres), who takes her virginity in seemingly affectionate fashion in the film’s opening scene.