Karina Felitti She has a doctorate in History from the University of Buenos Aires. CONICET associate researcher at the Interdisciplinary Institute for Gender Studies of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, University of Buenos Aires. Her research topics cover the history of women and sexualities in Argentina; sexual and reproductive rights in Latin America and religion, spirituality, sexuality and politics. She also works as a trainer in public teacher training programs on comprehensive sexuality education. She is the author of The Pill Revolution. Sexuality and politics in the Argentina of the sixties (Edhasa, 2012) and coordinator of several books, among them: Teaching and learning in intercultural contexts. Knowledge, tools and experiences of international education (Miño and Dávila, 2018); Diversity, sexualities and beliefs. Body and rights in the contemporary world (Prometeo / Colegio Mexiquense, 2015); Mother there is not only one. Maternity experiences in Argentina (Ciccus, 2012).