We understand gender as a political regime, which means that it is a way of organizing life that uses the rules and hierarchies imposed by the power relationships. Patriarchy and racism are some of the powers that determine these hierarchies. We believe that it does not matter if we are born in a female or male body; we all have the right to live in our own bodies however we want to, without fear of violence or discrimination. Our work proposes an ethical debate about domestic violence and lgbtqia+phobia, developing actions that help the recognition of the right to live and to have freedom for gender identification, sexual orientation, sexual life, body and family choices, without coercion or violence. To know more about our work in gender justice, see our main actions below.