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The objectives of the EZLN-fight are based on a special relation concerning the political power, the means of constructing the autonomy and the way of how to include various fights. Their proposals uncover different forms of construction of A world in which many worlds will coexist through command by obeying and ask by walking. The women are the co-authors of this movement; they support it and keep transforming and resisting it from their everyday life. They become present in diverse areas of the organizational community life, such as their participation as promoters in sexual and reproductive health, what means for them a self-transformation, an evolution of their communities and possibly of their lives. Step by step, they achieve what their speech is about: "Nevermore a world without us ".