Mujeres Creando (meaning Women Creating) is a Bolivian anarcha-feminist collective that participates in a range of anti-poverty work, including propaganda, street theater and direct action. The group was founded by María Galindo, Mónica Mendoza and Julieta Paredes in 1992 and members including two of Bolivia’s only openly lesbian activists. They publish Mujer Pública (Public Woman), produce a weekly radio show, and maintain a cultural café named Virgen de los deseos (Virgin of Desires).

Founder Julieta Paredes described Mujeres Creando as a ‘madness’ started from the arrogant, homophobic and totalitarian Left of Bolivia during the 1980s, where heterosexuality was still the model and feminism was understood to be divisive.