These are the names that are forbidden in Mexico to give your children
The Civil Registry of Mexico issued a list with more than 60 names that are forbidden to give to babies to avoid harassment or bullying issues.
Becoming a parent is one of the most special events in life, but choosing the baby's name is a real challenge, as it is a very complicated task and for many, it represents something extremely important; however, it can also border on the ridiculous, which is why Mexican authorities have had to take action to prevent children from being named Goku, Messi, among many others.
Just as there is a list of common names, there is also a black list issued by the Civil Registry where the names that are forbidden to give to minors appear, this to reduce cases of harassment or bullying in Mexico. The name and surname serve to identify a person and differentiate him/her from others in Mexico and the world, but not only that, some names have a very particular history and over time have taken on a different meaning.
What are the forbidden names in Mexico?
In the list issued by the Civil Registry, there are just over 60 words, including Calzón, Burger King, or Masiosare, among some other famous people, objects that could be demeaning.
Brayan or Bryan