Important Study Finds Everybody Loves A Hot, Naked Latina, Especially Movie Producers

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A trio of professors at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism released a vital study this month demonstrating that Hollywood movie producers have a thing for hot, sexy, nude Latina women with breasts like perfect melons.

For the groundbreaking, totally necessary study, the three researchers meticulously delved into more than 600 films including the highest-grossing flicks from 2013, reports Campus Reform.

They found that Latina women win the category of “scantily clad or naked” by a landslide. Latina ladies bare all or pretty much all of their flesh in front of the camera at a rate that puts actresses of other ethnic origins to sad, sorry shame.

Specifically, women of Hispanic origin landed less than five percent of the roles in the movies the USC professors studied but they completely dominated in roles involving nudity or near-nudity. Almost 38 percent of these roles went to Hispanic female thespians.

White females actresses got almost three-quarters of the roles in the films but got naked or just about naked a mere 31.9 percent of the time in the movies the professors perused purely out of scholarly devotion. Black people and Asian people got naked at clips of 23.5 and 18.2 percent, respectively.

The professors behind the study chose to focus on the lack of Latino actors and actresses getting plum roles, instead of the exciting growth in nude and near-nude appearances by Latinas.

“Hispanics and Latinos are one of the fastest-growing groups in the U.S.,” said one of the USC professors, Marc Choueiti. “If popular films were the only way to gauge diversity, viewers would be completely unaware of this. Individuals from this group are almost invisible on screen.”

Overall, Latino males and females make up a little over 16 percent of the U.S. population and about 25 percent of the movie-going public.

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Eric Owens