Antonia Utrera

Antonia Utrera lives and works in Barcelona, Spain. Writer, editor and journalist. Long experience in the media and communication. Director of the magazine Acelobert Barcelona. A member of the Noesis Humanist Centre of Studies.

Vicarious violence does not make a distinction among genders although the vast majority of its victims are indeed women

Among all the ways in which humans are capable of inflicting violence such as physical, economic, racial, sexual, etc… psychological violence is perhaps the most rooted form of violence in our society. Its manifestation is subtle and invisible and that…

In Barcelona, Muslims demonstrate in their thousands against terrorism

“We’re Muslims, not terrorists” Over 140 Muslim groups and associations from Barcelona and neighbouring areas participated in a gathering this Mondy in Plaza Catalunya in response to the attacks on Thursday 17th August in the Catalan capital and in Cambrils…

Spanish Unity: A sacred and indissoluble marriage “by the grace of God”?

In recent days we have heard President Obama calling for Spanish Unity, as if he were acting as a matchmaker or a marriage broker, just as in the past we heard the same from General Franco. And it’s true that…

Women’s bodies, who do they belong to?

Regarding the feminine as an object. Women’s bodies, who do they belong to? According to Silvia Federici, feminist historian and activist, in the Europe of the middle ages women still exercised undisputed control over their bodies and giving birth. It…