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The most specific meaning of the term denotes a member of the chonga subculture—young, usually working class and Latina women—who dress and often act in a sexualized, brash, sometimes aggressive manner. The term also has three looser meanings: The same word has long been used in Latin American countries such as Peru and Ecuador to refer to a brothel; the modern US usage of the word may be related to this, or might have arisen independently among Floridian Cuban-Americans. In Latin America, the term can merely refer to loud, working-class women, and can even refer to a rabble, some of whom might not be female. Early chongas were usually Cuban teenagers whose parents had recently immigrated to the US. In the s, chongas often wore white shorts with a colored thong underneath, basketball jerseys, and fake gold jewelry. Over the years the style evolved, with for instance tight jeans becoming more popular than shorts. Cheap but sexy clothing, which often includes "Brazilian jeans" [note 1] and revealing tops, a preference for gelled hair, synthetic nails and gaudy jewelry, often including fake gold, bangles and earring hoops. Hostility to other young women, unless they are fellow members of the same chonga crew. Loud, emotionally expressive and aggressive behavior. One of the rare exceptions was the Cheerleaders set of art photographs by Luis Gispert. Hernandez noted that the only depiction she's aware of that accurately showed chongas in their social context was the "Bratz girls" exhibition by the GisMo Collective Jessica Gispert and Crystal Molinary. Hernandez contrasts this with the extensive body of work on Chicana feminism , which explores the chola and chusma phenomena. One respondent even went as far as to say the term sums up all the negative Latina stereotypes. A few asserted that while they know several chongas, they don't know any who self-identify as such. Sometimes Latina women will admit they went through a brief "chonga" phase in their early teens, but later came to view the style as uncool. Yet some chongas chose to retain the identity into their twenties. Hernandez also found that some young woman are proud to call themselves chongas. Several expressed pride in their sexual attractiveness. The creators of "Chongalicious", who are themselves middle class, found they had considerably more male attention while pretending to be chongas, one of them saying back in that "I think we would have boyfriends if we were real chongas. She anticipates a broadening and deepening of feminist scholarship on chongas, to uncover the ways in which the chonga identity can be helpful to young women exploring their "bodies and pleasures".
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