Mexico’s Sexualized Weather Women: Subjects and Scapegoats of Pervasive Machismo

Mexico’s Sexualized Weather Women: Subjects and Scapegoats of Pervasive Machismo Mayte Carranco appears with a small fold in her own knees, fingers clasping just what seems to be a handy remote control. She walks forward and backward throughout the phase, gesturing into the display screen behind her if the visuals differ from rain to sunlight. She’s a newscaster presenting the current weather forecast, and she does not skip a beat. Even by the end of her notices, whenever she blows...

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