We want to start this year by giving a proactive look to our readers, sharing our feminist desires for 2020, so that you share them, make your own and accompany them. May our struggles be victorious and our lives pleasant. That the possibility to build feminist utopia get stronger and that the antipatriarchal commune be a reality. That we build a strong and broad feminist and diverse eco movement that brings together every person who dreams of a fair, egalitarian, loving planet, based on pleasure and not pain, that is kind to all forms of life on earth and that guarantees good living for all people.
That sexual and reproductive rights be guaranteed to all women: materializing comprehensive sexual education programs, decriminalizing abortion, offering from the State free contraception methods and stopping the transmission of sexually transmitted infections, attending to women that are already infected, lowering the maternal mortality rate and guaranteeing safe deliveries. Let us remember that the struggle is against patriarchy and not among women, in plural because we are diverse, that our right to orgasm should not be conditioned to prejudice or guilt and that we can move forward to a single feminism: radical feminism and sororo to the transformation of the world. That all human rights of sexual dissidents be guaranteed according to the Yogyakarta Declaration of Principles. That states remain secular so that legislators and parliamentarians can legislate for all, with laws that contribute to guaranteeing a good life for the entire population. That we move towards more democratic, popular and feminist forms of government, because we cannot overcome capitalism if we continue to reproduce pyramidal structures and architectures of Eurocentric and bourgeois nations. Nor will we eradicate violence against women and against society as a whole, if we continue betting on patriarchal cultural models. We want a society with greater co-responsibility in domestic and care tasks. We want a world without sexist violence or femicide. We look forward to having more self-convened and autonomous feminist meetings that allow us to meet and recognize each other, collectively review our agendas, celebrate in all diversity and strengthen the necessary links for our struggles. We continue to dream of socialist justice for all women, making it clear that our bodies should not be touched without consent, should not be violated and should not be killed. Not one less!