Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! Cherry Blossom Intimates is proud to empower women of all ethnicities, shades, colors and races. Below are a few empowering quotes about Latinas for Hispanic Heritage Month. I hope you share them with the Hispanic women and girls in your life.

"I stand here for all of those categories I fit into to say, 'If I can do it, you can do it. If I can follow my dreams, you can follow your dreams. If I can do this with respect and integrity and morality you can too.'" — Gina Rodriguez 
“I was told early on that I could not audition for Latina characters because I’m black. And as much as I adore Jennifer Lopez and Salma Hayek, there are many amazing Latinas who don’t look like them. Afro-Latinxs also deserve to be represented, in all aspects of life”-Reagan Gomez Preston

We are valedictorians and honor students. We are college graduates, bankers, police officers, entertainers, teachers, journalists, politicians, and we are the future of America." — America Ferrera


“I am also LATINA! I am an “AFRO LATINA” and I will continue using my Voice and my platform til the day that I die to give hope and keep opening doors for women and girls like myself!”-Amara La Negra

"Never be ashamed of what you feel. You have the right to feel any emotion that you want, and to do what makes you happy." — Demi Lovato
“We’re all different, but you have to accept our differences. As Afro-Cuban [goes], I’m finding more and more that there’s people opening their eyes to seeing that. Latinos come in all colors, all shades.”-Christina Milan
"Look at me. I came from nothing. I'm using my voice. I don't know where it's going to take me. But I've got you listening. You can do the same." — Diane Guerrero
"People underestimate me. They always have, and maybe that's for the best. It's fun to prove them wrong." — Jennifer Lopez
“I am black. I am Latin. You know? I’m a little bit of everything and that’s beautiful”-Joan Smalls
"Strive to be a person of value, and success will undeniably follow."--Nenci Rodriguez
September 20, 2020 — Taylor Hemby