Mexico, where nannies aren't allowed into the pool

This discrimination case is quite relevant as last week, a Mexican actor was caught criticizing and using slurs to describe Yalitza Aparicio

Mexico, where nannies aren't allowed into the pool
The complex is comprised by luxury apartments, pools, and other amenities - Photo: Taken from La Isla Residences's Facebook page
English 21/02/2019 13:10 Edgar Tequianes Mexico City Actualizada 16:14
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Eréndira Derbez denounced the discriminatory measure implemented by the residential area “La Isla Residences” located in Acapulco, where they fine homeowners MXN $5,000 if they allow their service personnel or nannies to use the pools.

In an interview with EL UNIVERSAL, Derbez said that she rented an apartment in the location, where she was given a “list of important rules” that must be followed or you'll be fined.

The rules include using white towels only and hanging wet clothes on the balcony.

But the most outrageous rule is the one that bans “service personnel or nannies from using the pools,” for which you are fined MXN $5,000.
 

Derbez emphasized that the measure is “ridiculous, absurd, and violent.”

Derbez, an art historian says that in Mexico, violence, classicism, and discrimination are normalized.

This discrimination case is quite relevant as last week, a Mexican actor was caught describing Yalitza Aparicio, the “Roma” actress, as a “fucking indian.”

The luxury apartment complex has yet to issue a statement regarding its rules.

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