Popular feminist struggles have continuously placed care work and the daily sustaining of life at the center, as a dynamic for surviving crisis but also as a practice that builds bonds and alliances, as a source of resistance against extractivist dynamics, and as a logic opposed to the logic of profit accumulation. As soon as we recognize that exploitation and the fight against it do not take place solely in the field of paid work but also, and especially, in social reproduction – the society itself – and in natural and human ecosystems, the battlefield broadens to include hitherto invisibilized spaces.