Pierna Cruzada, Mexican Illustrator, Encourages Us All to Be More Gay
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Meet up-and-coming Mexican illustrator Gonzalo Angulo, the man behind “Pierna Cruzada.” Spanish for “crossed leg,” the name of the character cleverly references the idea that it’s ‘feminine’ when a man crosses his legs. Angulo creates fun, satirical cartoons about gay life, and to uncover more about his creations, we had a chat with the artist in his native language.
Who is the man behind “Pierna Cruzada”?
My name is Gonzalo, but everybody calls me Gonz. I’m originally from Cancún, a warm and fun city for many people, but it was small for me, so I decided to move to the big city (Mexico City) almost two years ago, and I love it! There’s everything you need here.