No tan distintas was founded in 2011. The gender inequalities suffered by cis and trans* women are on the rise on the streets that expose marginalised groups to multiple forms of violence. Such women are more exposed than their male counterparts, which is directly linked to gender inequalities and the magnitude of violence against women in patriarchal societies. Living on the street is a state that deepens the dimensions of poverty, since the conditions and possibilities of exclusion, marginalization and discrimination that arise around the violation or annulment of their rights are heightened. No tan distintas intends to develop and implement social integration proposals for women living on the streets or at risk of being subjected to violence, to help them exercise their rights as humans.
The group’s greatest achievement has been to participate in the management of the Frida Integration Center. In 2008, they started making a weekly snack in the neighborhood of Retiro next to the people on the streets and they wanted to have a place that works 24 hours, every day of the year. In 2010, within a group of social organizations, the group succeeded in enacting law 3706 that guarantees the rights of people in street situations and obliges the City Government to implement integration centers. Finally in 2015, they managed the management of the so-called Frida Integration Center, where 45 cis and trans* women live with or without children.