In this article we analyze the relationship between feminism and young women in Mexico. Our central purpose consists of analyzing whether there are young feminist women and, if so, what their participation and role in the Mexican feminist and women's movements are. We argue that while feminism has undoubtedly impacted young women's lives, only a small number of them self-identifies as feminists. This situation is disquieting; however, by participating either in local political movements or in the academia, some young women do commit themselves with feminisms, and thus, strengthen and/or generate autonomous and independent projects that allow them to express their points of view, among other means, by creating networks. © 2009 Revista Estudos Feministas.
Gómez-Ramírez, O., & Cruz, L. V. R. (2008). Las jóvenes y el feminismo: ¿Indiferencia o compromiso? Revista Estudos Feministas, 16(2), 387–408. https://doi.org/10.1590/S0104-026X2008000200005