Soy solo mía (2022)

Raquel Díaz Reguera

Raquel Díaz Reguera

Publishing house

2022, Spanish

23 x 27


ISBN: 978-84-1925-310-1

Available languages:
  • Spanish
  • English
Available translation:

English: I Am Mine Alone


Talking about gender-based violence is an important prevention tool, as shown in Soy solo mía (I Am Mine Alone). Ratona (Mousie) will learn and will not forget the premise: “I am not yours or anyone else’s, I am mine alone”.

This perfectly explains the relationship between gender violence and the intolerance of transgressing the limits of gender violence (Mouse always wants Mousie to cook and look pretty, but only for him). However, it should be stressed that the transformation of Mouse into a cat (very similar to the general idea that “abusers are or become monsters”) can lead to an individualistic approach to this phenomenon.

On the other hand, Mousie’s mobile phone plays an important role in the story. This gives us the possibility to carry out research and reflection activities related to applications or emergency numbers that could be useful if students come into direct contact with situations that they can identify as gender-based violence.