There's energy, momentum in Mexico right now, especially among young people eager to change the status quo. Entrepreneurship is flourishing, attracting young international talent to the country. Gay marriage is now legal in Mexico City and strict antiquated values are softening. Inspired by the Arab Spring and the Occupy Movement, in May 2012 students organized themselves under the Yo Soy 132 campagin denouncing corruption during the presidential electoral campaigns and especially against now-president Enrique Pena Nieto. Concerned parents and citizens started grassroots movement against drug war violence led by poet and activist Javier Sicilia that has marched all over the country and the US. A lot of these grassroots movements are emerging and organizing themselves online, especifically in Twitter, giving Millenials in Mexico unprecedent voice that previous generations lacked. Due to strict immigration laws in the US but also due to better economic conditions, migration towards the United States has reached net zero. The richest man in the world, Carlos Slim, is Mexican, but Mexico also takes the title of "most obese" country in the world. A country of contradictions and extremes, pride and violence. This is Mexico moving forward.