"But recently there has been a strong machista counteroffensive. An organized group of men has been bringing legal cases against women over the issues of child support and parental alienation syndrome, and that has become a new type of violence against women because it's a way to maintain the machista regime.

“I don’t know if we can really talk about a feminist movement. I think we're talking about people who are interested in changing the world. It’s a force of resistance to promote change. It’s a way of thinking. It’s a lens that allows me to recognize inequality and gives me the tools I need to confront injustice. And I like that. It makes me reflect on a lot of things around me, and it allows me to constantly grow.

“If I had to put myself in a category, I would say I’m a trans-feminist anarchist. I like that intersection of issues, because sometimes I get tired of just gender issues. Resistance is my happiness.”

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