This episode is a recording of a roundtable discussion that took place during the ‘Cultural Politics of Reproduction in Latin America’ conference on Zoom, 14-15th January 2021. The roundtable was chaired by Dr. Rachell Sánchez Rivera and included Hannah S. Borboleta, midwife, activist, and founder of the Morada Violeta clinic, Jaime Géliga, researcher and drag performance artist, Alexandra-Marie Figueroa, communications director of Taller Salud Puerto Rico. The panel discussed a range of topics, including links between masculinities and parenthood, the coloniality of reproductive rights struggles, machismo, cultural notions surrounding bodily autonomy and sexuality, controversies relating to midwifery models of care in Mexico, and intersectionality and positionality in activism. They also questioned how activists can include - through culture - those who have often been marginalised from reproductive justice questions, and what sort of transnational connections across the region are forged through activism relating to sexual and reproductive rights. This roundtable discussion is in Spanish and English.