From Mad in Sweden: Survivor and activist Dunja Grisell presents an adaptation of The Queer Nation Manifesto, expressing outrage at the violence and coercion against people suffering from psychological distress at the hands of psychiatry, and the prejudices still prevalent in society at large. It must be highlighted that, beyond the rage and an impassionate call for action, there is a clear message of hope permeating this piece. We struggle, the odds are oftentimes stacked against us but we will never surrender. We will fight until we win. As stated in the original version of the manifesto: “an army of lovers cannot lose”. Read in original Swedish, or in English translation.