entertainment

#ShoePorn as Showcased by the Hottest Latina Weather Girls

Credit: Ericka Pinto / Facebook

Latin America’s weather girls are known for their assets…like their INSANE collection of heels. Pumps, stilettos, strappy, black, red or classic nude, what they wear below the waist is the ultimate in #shoeporn.

Yanet Garcia knows a nude pump will elongate the leg.

11145248_864200866948337_5559639427286175839_o
Credit: Yanet Garcia / Facebook

Who doesn’t need a pair of red-bowed pumps like Mayte Carranco’s?

mayte

Must have these sheer booties Jackie Gerrido is sporting.

Whoa! Angie Gonzalez stepped it up with purple heels!

We all need a basic black pump, right Marilou Kaufman?

https://twitter.com/mariluk/status/625686593693552640/photo/1

Does it get sexier than Ericka Pino’s lace up heels?

er

Want more posts like this delivered straight to your phone? Then like our Facebook page today!

A Year Has Passed Since the Ayotzinapa 43 Went Missing, and These People Are Still Marching the Streets of Mexico

things that matter

A Year Has Passed Since the Ayotzinapa 43 Went Missing, and These People Are Still Marching the Streets of Mexico

Ayotzinapa
@paac18 / Instagram

It’s been a year since 43 college students were kidnapped in Ayotzinapa, Mexico, and Mexicans are still looking for answers from their government. All the Mexican government has been able to offer the grieving families and friends are denials about their involvement in the tragedy. One year later, people continue to march in the streets, demanding more from their government.

Thousands took to the street on the one-year anniversary of the Ayotzinapa 43 kidnapping demanding answers and action.

https://instagram.com/p/8KGEoIs8Y3/

Grieving parents held portraits of their missing children.

READ: Parents of 43 Missing Students Rally in the U.S.

Mexican youths are pleading with the government for justice.

A year later, an entire country remains in mourning.

https://instagram.com/p/8JxOE_I6xH/

Mexicans have united in the cause to bring the 43 students back home.

https://instagram.com/p/8M2P7ZBx0v/?tagged=ayotzinapa

Their sorrow has become a daily, visible scar they have to carry.

Fountains throughout the country have been turned red to symbolize the blood of the missing.

View this post on Instagram

Sangre sacrifical

A post shared by Said Morningstar (@pinchisaido) on

Some artists have remixed “missing student” posters with photos of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s wife and children.

The posters ask: “If I was taken alive would you want me back alive?” Many Mexicans are outraged at what they believe is the mishandling of the case and the indifference shown by President Enrique Peña Nieto.

College students throughout Mexico are outraged at the injustice.

READ: Mass Graves Discovered in Mexico, Families of 43 Ayotzinapa Students Want Answers

Mexican nationals feel betrayed by their government’s indifference.

Too many, the president’s attitude to the missing 43 is like a stab in the back.

Some people have erected memorials for the students.

Empty school desks sit as a troubling reminder that these students may never come home again.

Protestors are asking for the government officials to consider their loved ones missing.

And at the end, all the people want is justice for Mexico and for Ayotzinapa.

View this post on Instagram

Hasta la madre dice basta #Ayotzinapa

A post shared by Xareni (@delegacion17) on

What do you think about the missing 43? Like our Facebook page to stay up to date on stories like this.

Paid Promoted Stories