Druk Youth Initative of Sexual Advocacy works with and for young people, particularly girls, young women, indigenous girls/women and trans people, to bring about a shift in societal mindsets and create a feminist society in Bhutan. The group was formed in order to stand against the patriarchy with a focus on women’s and trans people’s rights, and the sexual reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of young people through innovation and technology. Most importantly, Druk Youth Initiative aimed to challenge the commonly held idea that Bhutanese society is matriarchal – a notion that is merely based on the rhetoric belief that properties are passed down to girls/women. The group create awareness and sensitization programs through innovation, and are working to provide capacity building spaces and educational content in the form of podcasts, which are more accessible during the Covid-19 crisis. Alongside strengthening their network and increasing their engagement, one of the group’s main objectives is the inclusion of marginalized people (especially indigenous women and sex workers) and their experiences in their work.