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I still have my ups and downs, although I felt a little better today. But high? Far from it. I have my lows and my mid-lows, but no highs. At least today I didn't feel the need to sit by the river and cry. And I've been able to concentrate enough to read a few chapters of a queer novel. High only compared to low. And meeting a comrade on the street and not being able to hug caused me another low, in fact, recalling this back home I was on the verge of crying. Not high. Although emotionally better, I spent most of the day in my room doing little more than listening to music.

Confinement and trauma

A week of confinement: anger, ups and downs, and retraumatization

We have already been in confinement for a week, and today our government has announced the extension of the State of Alert for another 15 days, until 11 April. It is likely that another 15 days will follow.

'Queering' the Andalusian Health Service

In July 2014, Andalusia recognized the right to the self-determination of gender identity. After a four-year struggle this right was finally recognized for the first time in the case of a non-binary person, thus opening cracks in the binary gender system.

Between hope and despair: we are rising up for the climate in 2020

2019 closed with a COP25 without significant results. Four years after the "historic" Paris Agreement, we are still not committed enough to limit the temperature increase to 1.5°C. In fact, we are heading for a rise of more than 3°C, most likely surpassing several tipping points and triggering even greater and more catastrophic warming.

We are fucked

On climate anxiety and the need to rise up



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by Dr. Radut