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As an all-female orchestra plays, the women slowly and silently remove their clothes, placing them in neat piles on the pavement, before climbing on top of one another to form an unsettling pile of naked female bodies. They then get to their feet and begin to scream — a primal, furious moment that lasts almost a minute. There were a record instances of femicide — the killing of a woman or a girl by a man on account of her gender — in , according to the NGO Mujeres de la Matria Latinoamericana.
Supported by extensive ethnographic fieldwork, this article asserts that an emic worldview in which women are associated with mothers and mothers with care enables women in La Laguna to withstand stigmatization and oppose hegemonic views on agricultural production and health in a district where social protest is nearly completely absent. Women are, thus, doubly able to both resist and fulfill gender expectations. Next, we will describe the coordinators of the social intervention initiatives studied.