由Julieta Paredes、Maria Galindo和Monica Mendoza三位女性组建的“Mujeres Creando”组织是玻利维亚女权运动中最激进的左翼民间团体，她们自上世纪80年代成立以来一直为玻国印第安女性的公平权益和参政途径而努力，她们通过新闻、报纸、电影电视等各种媒体表达自己的想法。这部纪录片是她们独立筹拍的作品之一。
Mujeres Creando is a "craziness" starte...展开d by three women (Julieta Paredes, Maria Galindo and Monica Mendoza) from the arrogant, homophobic and totalitarian Left of Bolivia during the '80s, where heterosexuality was still the model and feminism was understood to be divisive. It's not really a new design in a society such as ours. So we had already been developing this kind of criticism.
The other part of our criticism of the Left is toward what has been a constructed social practice; that is, it was unethical, dishonest and it had a double morality.
Revolutionary in the streets, revolutionary in their words, revolutionary in their talking, yet, at home, they were the dictators of their own families, with their own loved ones.
In 2000, they released the self-titled film "Mujeres Creando", which has apparently won foreign awards as a documentary film (all in foreign languages, unfortunately). They currently have the journal "Mujer Publica" (Public Woman) , a weekly radio show, and a cultural café called "Carcajada" (Laughter).
Most recently, they have written and produced a weekly television show called "Mamá no me lo dijo" (Mama told me not). The show deals with sexual rights from a feminist perspective, and was well received. However, it was for the filming of this show that the producers and film crew were arrested on August 15, 2003, sparking outrage on indymedias around the world. The charges were for "obscene acts" and "obscene performances", relating to male nudity. As of Jul y 9, 2003, they were still facing charges.