New ‘East Los High’ web series exposes sexrification of East L.A. (video)

by Malcolm Mex on May 15, 2013 in Cultura, Pocho Ñews Service, Video

(PNS reporting from EAST LOS) A new web series on Hulu is poised to blow the lid off the unprecedented rise of sexy Latinos currently overrunning East Los Angeles.  The series, East Los High, is a riveting expose of the rapid “sexrification” of the historically low-and-slow Chicano community.

“The kids at East Los High are hot, they’re ripped, and they can dance,” said Garfield High School alum Alberto “Sleepy” Gonzalez.  “When I drop my kid off at school, it looks like he’s stepping into another country, like Puerto Rico.”

Anti-sexrification activist Ray “Muppet” Guevara could not stay chill.

“First we had to deal with Guatemalans coming into East L.A., and now we have to face all these buff, toned studs and sizzling Latinas.  East L.A. used to be cool.  Now it’s getting too caliente,” said Guevara. “I was born here, and because of sexrification, I’m seriously thinking of moving to Pasadena. For reals.”

The show’s producers stand by their portrayal of East L.A. as a hotbed of hot beds and sizzling dance moves.

“Kids in East Los are a lot hotter than they were one or two generations ago,” said Cal State Los Angeles sociologist Cal Yente, an advisor to the show. “And a lot of them are from New York.”

In related news, court records obtained by POCHO show that veteran actor Edward James Olmos is suing the show’s producers for not casting him as a high school student.

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urbanleftbehind May 15, 2013 at 8:27 AM

Giving the Ricans way too much credit. You ever see the lard butts in Bronx, Humboldt, Camden, Orlando and now West Cleveland?

Isaac May 15, 2013 at 10:51 AM

This problem seems serious. I would like more pictures of these sexy teens to confirm my outrage.

Film Buff May 16, 2013 at 6:21 AM

This is Hulu’s first show with an all-Latino cast and crew. Who Lu? Premieres June 3. Nice article on the filmmakers.

Guadalupe Gonzalez May 18, 2013 at 2:07 PM

I think the tatts on the guy’s shoulder depict the answers for the upcoming SAT’s. But I, too, need a closeup shot to verify. (Me, shouting, “Ay voy, viejito. I have got your magnifying lens right here!!!”) Gotta go. Please provide additional views from all angles, especially the rear pockets on the jeans. I suspect that additional answers may be secreted there. “Ay voy!”
And please, hurry. This is of the utmost importance.

Jesse Torres May 26, 2013 at 9:53 AM

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