I am currently working on an op-ed (more like a letter to the editor) regarding what seems to be their Editorial Board’s apologism for the infamous Antifa, already having submitted an article. However, if it seems my article has no opportunity to be uploaded because it fails to appease their standards, I will upload it here.
Right before I entered the second semester in my freshman year at Cal, I was almost sure I would be busy as fuck and it seems I was right within less than a month; February spells out ‘torture’ for me because:
- I had studied for a quiz for a Gender and Women’s Studies for a degree requirement, and realized reading through notes and the books – thus losing sleep – was pointless;
- My housing application must be submitted by tomorrow and I believe I have a form error that needs a contact with the administration to resolve;
- I have a quiz on Wednesday for my mathematics class on topics barely reviewed;
- And midterms, essays, and much more!
That being said, I was planning to update on the small post I made about Koogi’s Killing Stalking or criticize the cancerous op-eds written by the staff of the Daily Cal on violent protest and hate speech. However, I will be occupied and will try to supply with interesting posts from people whose content I enjoy.
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A few months ago, I met my first and last meeting with a psychiatrist who explained that I do not have severe chronic depression but should place more focus on a motif in our session, so to speak: gender dysphoria. However, that was a new nightmare that my feelings could only be resolved by taking more consequences outside pills and therapy. I can hide antidepressants and therapy, but I can’t hide hormone replacement therapy and wardrobe changes. Meanwhile, there’s the ticking clock; people like to say that we have all time to decide and act, but time changes us and there are regrets that accompany unpleasant changes, regrets that blossom as I still decide whether gender dysphoria is still a problem for me.Read More »