Date: 5 September 2019 from 11:30 to 13:15
Conductors: Cristina Martinez Taboada
What do women do to survive?
Methodology: action and reflection group mainly for women without excluding men
Research has shown that women are more likely to survive a life-threatening crisis than men. Currently, in all parts of the world, women tend to live longer than men. Of course, There are some biological and non-biological keys.
We know that women have suffered from social alienation and the “corruption” of the body. Biological processes, such as sex, menstruation, breastfeeding and even pregnancy, were considered disgusting. Women can be forced to cover their bodies and faces and make them live as shameful beings without education or power.
However, most maintain an inspiring energy source towards others beyond cultural and socioeconomic differences.
Our main objective would be to answer the following question:
Could we deepen together what kind of emotions, impulses, strengths, sensations push and reconstruct women to survive?