Mexican Mermaid, Nell Fallcard on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/2bgWA - I love the texture of the clothing she's wearing. The pattern on her tail looks like beadwork, so it's hard to tell if it's a natural scale pattern or something she's just wearing, but either way it's awesome.
Petra Herrera disguised herself as a man and took part in the Mexican Revolution (as "Pedro"). She rose rapidly until she was leading forces of 200 men; she used to pretend to shave every morning. Eventually she became so successful that she thought it safe to reveal her gender and fight under her own name. She played a major role in taking the town of Torreon. However, the rebel leaders refused to promote her beyond the rank of colonel, so she started her own all-female brigade.
Xochipala Early Formative Period Ceramic Female Figure. Xochipala is a minor archaeological site in the Mexican state of Guerrero, whose name has become attached, somewhat erroneously, to a style of Formative Period figurines and pottery from 1500 to 200 BCE.
Edmée. Rhyming with popular Esme, this French name is an EXTREMELY unique feminine version of Edmund. Its sweet feminine Norse version is spelled simply "Edme." At the height of its popularity in 1922, it was given to only 125 girls in France. It's very very uncommon to find such a rare and accessible name that is so very similar to a popular name (think Ada, just catching on, and Ava, megapopular). Edmée Pardo is a female Mexican writer and Edmée Daenen is a Belgian singer.
A Twenty-four-year-old Mexican man named John Hernandez was strangled to death, by the husband of a Harris County sheriff’s deputy as the female officer stood by and watched. That’s what new cellphone footage released Monday appears to show. Attorneys representing Hernandez and criminal law experts say the video provides enough probable cause evidence to arrest …