Females took part in the Revolution in lots of ways. Some, like Margarita Neri, Elisa Griensen Zambrano, EncarnaciГіn Mares and Col. MarГa Quinteros de Meros, actually fought regarding the battlefield. Other people, like Juana BelГ©n GutiГ©rrez de Mendoza, Edith OвЂ™Shaughnessy, Hermila Galindo, and Alma Reed were more productive as journalists, espousing the liberties of females, detailing battles, and presenting a view that is positive of Revolution abroad. Nevertheless other people, like Luz Corral and Alma Reed, gained a few of their popularity as spouses and fiancГ©es of males prominent throughout the Revolution.
Juana BelГ©n GutiГ©rrez de Mendoza
Juana BelГ©n GutiГ©rrez, created in Durango, published radical feminist literary works against Catholicism, governmental corruption, and social injustices throughout the Porfiriato. DГaz had her imprisoned frequently, but she proceeded to broadcast her thinking regarding the illegitimacy of governmental leaders and events. She came to own little hope that the Revolution would bring modification, specially when Carranza assassinated Zapata, who she considered MexicoвЂ™s only frontrunner, in 1919.