Currently, trans, gender diverse and intersex people’s lived experience is marked by colonial powers, which have mutated their original forms. In the face of oppression, how can we imagine the future, predict it and enunciate it from our trans-eco & technofeminist alliances? How can we articulate our alliances in the present time and strengthen them to build foundations facilitating equal access and opportunities? How can we intentionally integrate those bodies that have historically been subsumed by coloniality and strive to connect our movements? How do we collaborate to place trans voices at the centre, to take them to the next level?
This edition encompasses the fused multiverses coexisting among trans populations, across the Latin American Global South, also known by the Kuna peoples as Abya Yala. From visual arts to political science, this writing collection maps and highlights best practices engaging with technology as a tool for political emancipation, autonomy and self-determination. The solutions to our problems are multilateral, possibility isn’t a straight line, for which is vital to connect and allow for multiple perspectives.