Decolonial feminism emerged as a political framework in Latin America and the Caribbean in the first decade of the 2000s. It is grounded in a critique of hegemonic feminism that evades and negates race as decisive in the continent’s geopolitical configuration; it is rooted in lesbian feminist politics as well. Decolonial feminism challenges the universalization of the woman as subject, seeing that as a product of coloniality. It is an anti-racist feminism that seeks to generate alliances among the Global South’s racialized communities.