By Kristina Guerrero | 05/02/2013 - 15:04
My mom, a lady who gave birth to five kids and knows a thing or two about pregnancy, once told me that she loved being pregnant. I could certainly understand her love for her unborn children but loving being pregnant?
I didn’t buy it.
“Mom, you looooooved being pregnant?” which was less of a question and more of an accusation that she was obviously lying to me. Really?? Gaining weight, stretch marks, waddling, aches, pains — the very look of pregnancy seemed uncomfortable to me.
By Kamren Curiel | 04/25/2013 - 12:36
A Chilean transgender man is making headlines after being the first recorded male in Chile's history to give birth. Known as "Matias," he represents a rare instance in which a transgender man in Chile was able to keep his female genitalia, though he is legally male.
“We know that our case is a milestone, a precedent,” said Matías, who chose to keep his identity secret while talking to Chilean television station Mega about his pregnancy. “Along the way we discovered legal loopholes... but the entire thing has been so normal.”
By Verky Arcos | 04/05/2013 - 10:40
Without much time to go before her baby girl makes her grand entrance to the world, the beautiful Cubana shares with us some of her go-to pregnancy pieces as well as her love for Gap Kids.
How has your style changed while being pregnant?
Actually, I haven’t shopped in a maternity store just yet, but for the most part I’ve been wearing a stretchier version of what I would wear in my normal life – jeans, tees, a leather jacket, and heels that aren’t as high.
By Kristina Guerrero | 03/21/2013 - 14:38
I like to think of myself as a smart girl. I did well in high school and then went on to receive academic scholarships to attend the University of Southern California, where I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Sure, my career consists of being on top of Justin Bieber’s latest mishaps and Taylor Swift’s newest boy-toy conquests, but I insist on balancing out the fluff by keeping up to date on world issues and current events.
By Lee Hernandez | 02/10/2013 - 15:14
After Usmagazine.com reported yesterday that Alana de la Garza is expecting her second child, we reached out to the Mexican-American actress to get all of the adorable details on her pregnancy!
By Kamren Curiel | 01/14/2013 - 16:22
Some women are lucky enough to find the man they want to settle down and have kids with before their biological clocks tick away. Monica Cruz, Penelope’s 35-year-old lookalike sister, took matters into her own hands. She recently announced on her blog for Spanish newspaper El Pais that she got pregnant through artificial insemination by an anonymous sperm donor.
By Adriana Rivera | 12/28/2011 - 10:50
Brazilian supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio has just announced that she is pregnant with her second child. According to Us Weekly, she is four months pregnant and does not know the gender of the child as of yet.
By Lee Hernandez | 11/28/2011 - 13:03
A few months ago, we asked Selena Gomez if it ever gets lonely being an only child. “I do have my moments where I really wish I had a sibling,” Gomez said, explaining that she longs for the kind of sisterly bond shared by her friends—the Kardashian sisters. “Kim is so sweet and the whole family is really wonderful, so whenever I’m with them, I see that they have this sisterly bond and I really wish I had a sister like that to grow up with.”
By Lee Hernandez | 08/25/2011 - 15:30
In movies, it's common practice for actresses to don a fake baby bump for a role. It's fun to imagine how some of our stars would look if they were pregnant and with Cameron Diaz rocking a the look for the movie, What to Expect When You're Expecting, we started thinking of other Latina stars who have played pregnant—but weren't.
Here are five of our favorite faux-pregnancies!
By Lee Hernandez | 08/03/2011 - 15:30
In the new film, Gun Hill Road, (opening in select cities on August 5th), Puerto Rican actor Esai Morales plays Enrique, an ex-con who returns home from prison to discover that his son Michael (Harmony Santana) is now a transgendered girl named Vanessa. Esai says the new movie—which he describes as the "Latino Crying Game meets Precious"— isn't for people with weak stomachs. It's intense, dark, and at times brutal.