That's just her head, but you get the point.
Drum roll please...
In American, she lives with her cousin, Carlos, an adjunct faculty member at the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia. Gloria's hobbies include riding public transportation, laughing, coughing, not covering her mouth when she coughs, licking door knobs and guitar hero.
As far as accessories, La Gloria comes with a $5 toy brush (cheaper than Hobo Gwen's because it was made in Mexico), a stockpile of Tamiflu that you can actually eat (they're sugar pills, but don't underestimate the placebo effect) and a corresponding book set (en Ingles y Español).
In her first book, ¡Que Puta la Escuela!, Gloria is sent home from school for being a bio-health hazard. In ¡Oh díos mio!, we learn that sometimes, when you think you're in heaven, you might just be in a coma. And in La Gloria Dice NO a Las Drogas, we discover that certain drugs lose their efficacy when taken recreationally. Oh, and unlike the Gwen doll, a portion of La Gloria's proceeds totally go towards helping the homeless (me!).