One week and six fatalities of sexist violence: Warda and her seven-year-old son, María Teresa, Katia, and two other women whose names we do not know. This macabre record raises the statistic – 14 men have murdered their partners or ex-partners so far this year, 1,092 since 2004 – and sets off alarms. The numbers are cold but they serve to measure a fact. The problem is when we take the part for the whole. When we think – and we project it to society – that these murders They are gender violence and not just one part, the most extreme and visible.