“This hacker mentality, for me, serves as a new way to understand the world around us, and gives us many tools to develop and generate our own technologies,” Paula Pin, an early GynePunk, told me over email. “We understand our body also as a technology to be hacked, from the established ideas of gender and sex, to exploring the capacity to start researching ourselves, to find our own ideas and technologies, to help us be free, autonomous and independent from the system.”