México. Lucy, la hija del cantante Carlos Vives, se hizo viral a través de Instagram, luego de que varios usuarios la descubrieran su gran belleza.

La joven de 24 años, se dedica al modelaje, además es artistaescritora activista. Pues se ha mantenido en la lucha por el cambio climático e incluso manifestándose en su natal Puerto Rico contra el Gobierno.

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Con más de 700 mil seguidores, Lucy, la hermosa puertorriqueña ha conseguido posicionarse en la industria de la moda, pues ha logrado colaborar con distintas marcas y fotógrafos reconocidos a nivel mundial.

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to panic is not to prevent to panic is not cautious or precautious. panic and hysteria are poisonous to us in times of fear and uncertainty. no humor, no faith, no peace, and no compassion is all i’ve witnessed when it comes to the COVID global health crisis we’re enduring. Panic has spread wider and quicker than the virus itself and we seem to be promoting it on every corner of media and commerce. • remembering the power of the mind and the psyche over our physical bodies is IMPERATIVE at a time like this. yes #washyourhands but please, WATCH YOUR MENTAL ! • pilas, la enfermedad también se atrae con la mente • estas serán las últimas fotos en blanco y negro por un rato, merecemos entrar de nuevo a el mundo en TECHNICOLOR 🌈 1. criatura, pintura, y el arte de la figura. Los Angeles, CA 2. el poder, el control .. El Aguante. New York City, NY 3. Mi Torso en algún Museo en Wisconsin circa 2016 4. Una mañanita en Madrid

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educación • soy de pueltorro , allá en mi isla, los coquis saben mi nombre. pero aquí nadie conoce mi bandera … la confunden con la cubana… y eso no me molesta porque somos “dos alas del mismo aguila” (lola rodriguez de tió) si no fuera que nos confunden con naciones independientes… naciones autónomas… la confunden con un paraíso que No Es Colonia. en mi casa, las confusiones se aclaran.. aclaran para crecer y evolucionar. dejar de borrarle la historia a la patria puertorriqueña no es solo un sueño, ni una vocación, ni para hacerme la “más activista”… es un deber como ciudadana y es un derecho humano. la historia de puerto rico esta siendo borrada por las instituciones académicas estadounidenses.. documentos que son “propiedad pública” siguen en secreto… pero vengo hoy a dar clase gracias a mi compatriota. puerto rico unido es mas fuerte de lo que se cre.. pero esto sigue , la lucha sigue, y yo no me rindo. keep unfollowing me if you wanna only focus on bullshit trending topics… 2020 vision . we are beings of light.. if we choose. get the fuck out if you don’t care about shit but yourself. no one needs you here, where we must fight for liberty , compassion, love and Education.

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hummingbird • some days i wake up with the heart of a hummingbird.. beating soso fast that I , myself, have to get up and move. at times i dont believe it’s even really my heart that i feel in my chest.. or that it’s just one.. since i was a little girl , i’ve felt cries of agony and anxiety echoing across oceans and mountain ranges, i felt the racing heart of fear and dispair as our home crumbled around us from ignorance and injustice. call it the guilt of my privilege, the calling of my faith, or simply the synchronicity of our being… as community .. as kin with the blood of the earth running through all that is life.. all that is Us… but I have a responsability to this feeling and i want to strive to be a servant of mother earth .. i believe it is my rightful place @karmagawa and @badboi are live at @artbasel today at 6pm … introducing me to a world of active change and consciousness, they reminded me that we are all needed to make a difference and that there still is hope to heal ! whoever you are, wherever you are and in whatever you do.. you can choose to be part of the solution 📸 @badboi Positano, Italia, 2018

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• democracy is the color blue.. the color of sky and ocean.. peaceful , vast, and when need be, ferociously uneasy. i sat in silence for many days in prayer for my brothers and sisters fighting in south america.. i was angry that i had to be here, still writing essay after fucking essay for finals. itching and aching to go exercise my right as a dual citizen and stand with my people at a time of great pain, inmense solidarity and collective strength .. all in hopes of a better fucking government. Colombia, Chile, Bolivia, Venezuela.. y a todos mis paises hispanos luchando por justicia en estos momentos.. les brindo mi energía, aunque sea de lejos. les expreso mi orgullo de ser latina y de venir de gente con coraje en su corazón. vivimos en tiempos de alta corrupción, de violencia y de injusticia socioeconómica.. vivimos en países donde buena calidad de vida solo existe para algunos pocos, donde la falta de oportunidad nos limita mientras el gobierno nos engaña, nos abusa y nos da la espalda. me uno a decir pa’ fuera con todo lo que no nos une . merecemos más. merecemos que nos escuchen. 📸 @jamesmountfordstudio

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i wanted to ask you… i wanted to ask you so badly.. -have you fallen in love with you yet? .. the raw and the bloody you? do you want to? • but i kept my mouth shut.. i was scared to tell you i loved me. i guess i didn’t want you to take it that way.. the way it sounds.. because i promise im not a narcissist, or selfish like that.. but it’s true, i loved me. it’s the only reason i was still there, the only reason im here. it’s the reason i drag my ass out of bed every morning and look in the mirror n say “you’re fucking resilient. you are health and light and an instrument of the universe. you are worthy to be yourself”. i was scared to tell you that i didnt need you .. n that i had me. 📸 @rubenvega_ gracias por esta mañanita en madrid. por la luz, el cafecito y gracias a la fruta fresca.

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dyke • you’re damn right i got that and a dime sack all through grade school. thick skin doesnt come easy and bullying taught me to laugh at myself… take life less seriously.. i couldnt cut off my ears cuz people didnt like them, i wasnt gonna shave my eyebrows cuz people didnt like them, and i wasnt gonna cry while everyone was laughing. i fuckin love a good joke. especially if it’s me. • machúa in my culture, both men and women are machistas. according to tradition, and many women who preach it, i am not a very good woman. i was raised to be quiet and pretty with nice table manners, so that i find a nice guy with money that'll "take care of me n our kids”. i was to eat enough to look more than healthy so men don't think im sick.. so i don't look like i'm infertile. i was raised to walk straight, la postura pecho y culo pa’fuera, to beat out any other bitch out there tryna take a man i prolly didnt want a girl has to be a mother, a wife, and a lover of the home on man’s terms. and anytime anything was said contrarily, came the quote “being a woman is a sacrifice.” it’s alright because “we’ve all made it” since the beginning, we’ve been ojects of affection and abuse. healers, givers. but never receivers. shutting the fuck up , not stirring any pots. no resistances. La Mujer Conforme. fighting is a thing of the Macho. for centuries women have repressed their realities, laughing with each other about pitty sex with their drunk husbands, n not filing for divorce for the sake of the kids, the car, the house, the money . fear. we scrutinize the women that dare live their truth. when we KNOW we’ve yearned for spiritual autonomy and how many times we’ve ignored mother nature telling us you are you are potential. you are powerful and free. • in my culture, i am too skinny, too ambitious, too selfish, too angry, n too smart to be a woman. see, if being a ‘woman’ means being nearly everything ive never been, pues sí, soy machua. machua con cojones entonces. ¿porque quién carajo quiere ser “mujer” bajo esas condiciónes • blessed being on the cover of 2 gentlemens magazines this year. in hopes that slowly we can redefine that word: Woman

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