At Bellamente, we are convinced that for a cultural transformation, we need social commitment. That’s why we drive, promote, and foster a community both digitally and in-person.


Our digital community consists of over 270,000 people who engage with content related to body, sexual, and gender diversity. We promote spaces for reflection with more questions than answers. These connections create an alternative approach to critically examining the content that circulates on social media. Moreover, it enables individuals from across the country and the region to come together in doubts, activism, and a collective embrace.

“Bellamente is the newscast of stereotypes”.

Agus Cabaleiro (@onlinemami_), Militant of self-love, author of “Te lo digo por tu bien”.



Bellamente Festivals are a space for gathering and advocacy, open to the public and free of charge.

We share art, panels with influential figures, interactive booths, a hair donation area, photo exhibitions, fashion shows, and other activities aimed at embarking on a path of social transformation for mental health, gender equality, and diversity.

1st Edition

It took place in December 2018 at the "Centro Cultural Casa del Árbol"

2nd Edition

It took place in August 2019 at the "Centro Cultural Recoleta."

3rd Edition

It took place on the International Day of Action for Eating Disorders, November 2021, at "Centro Cultural Recoleta".

4th Edition

It took place in December at the "Centro Cultural Recoleta" and had the support of Dove Argentina, with whom we collaborate on educational programs, as well as organizations such as Amnesty International, UNICEF, and UNFPA Argentina.

"Seeing an artist with a body like mine on stage inspires me to have the courage to pursue what I love. Spaces with representation are essential".

"I'm a psychologist working with eating disorders. Coming to the festival last year and seeing the beautiful sense of community opened my mind to organizing groups in my workplace. People really appreciate them."


At Fundación Bellamente, we produce various resources and materials available for free download for the community, with the intention of making them useful on a personal level or for use in classrooms, sharing within families, and with peer groups.


Since 2020, in partnership with Lado H, we have been carrying out the #UnPelitoMásFácil initiative, which aims to encourage people to take action by donating their hair to help make wigs for cancer patients.