I have began a Spanish language version of SelectQuote Review. Spanish is the second most common language in the U. S., and it is particularly common in California. So, I felt that it was a little strange to have my Chinese language version, but no Spanish.
While I appreciate that Chinese immigrants are likely to disagree with much that goes on in the land of their ancestry, it is still true that people tend to believe someone who looks and talks like them. So, I probably fighting a bit of an uphill battle on the Chinese site.
The Latin American families that I’ve known have been very protective of their daughters, perhaps I will find some natural allies in this manner. I’ve speculated that cultural norms towards religion might have been a factor, I believe a Spanish speaking audience may be closer to me in this respect, too.
In any case, in the past four months it has become clear that allowing SelectQuote to keep this covered is not in the best interests of a wide variety of people. It appears that SelectQuote was party to some of the criminal behavior displayed by some San Francisco police officers. They also managed to pull a fast one on Kansans.
Unfortunately, my high school Spanish classes from years ago don’t take me far, so this will again be a machine translation. I’m keeping an eye out for affordable translation, this would be worth spending a little money on.
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