Tzk’at Red de Sanadoras Ancestrales del Feminsmo Comunitario, Territorial desde Iximulew – Guatemala

Tzk’at is an indigenous feminist network set up by a Mayan lesbian bringing together women from different indigenous territories as a collective.

Tzk’at is an indigenous feminist network set up by a Mayan lesbian bringing together women from different indigenous territories as a collective. They bring the experience of ancestral healing processes and communities -they are healers, midwives, spiritual leaders, and more; having both ancestral and Western knowledge of medicine and health practices. The main objective of the Network is to to contribute an ancestral and feminist approach to the emotional, physical and spiritual recovery of indigenous women and “cuerpos plurales”/intersex. Indigenous understanding of intersex embodiment. They are currently building an intersex-led project entitled “Dialogues in Defense of Life, Territory Plural-Intersex Bodies -from Iximulew Guatemala,” which will create space for dialogues on embodiment/corporalities and intersex realities with community partners.