Holds a degree in Philosophy from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and a Masters in Contemporary Thought. She is an independent researcher and works on contemporary focuses such as feminisms and postmodernity, which has given rise to diverse courses about the construction of sex, gender, and sexuality in philosophical, scientific, and artistic discourse through the Instituto de Investigaciones Feministas de la UCM or courses about engagement through the Instituto crítico de Desaprendizaje. Also, she has participated in the research group “Decontra” of the Philosophy Department of the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), which is about deconstruction and the thought of Jacques Derrida. Patricia works as a professor, proofreader, and editor, both in the strictly journalistic field and in cultural fields, such as art criticism. Her work has been published in different formats: in book format, she was a part of the collective work Espabilemos. Argumentos desde el 15M, coordinated by Carlos Taibo, and she has recently extended Feminismos a la contra, a compilation of interviews of decolonial feminists. She was editor and part of the collective editing team of the newspaper Diagonal for more than a decade, addressing issues such as migrations, liberties, and rights, contributions to anti-establishment thought, and feminst art. Patricia collaborates with other media outlets such as Eldiario.es, where she writes biweekly in her blog “Común por venir”, and the radio podcast Voces del Vecindario. In the last 25 years, she has accompanied all kinds of movements (pacifism, student movements, environmentalism, antiracism, feminism, LGBT movements, antiglobalization, antifascism, anarchism, the okupa movement, 15M…), which defend the back-line. Currently, she is part of the citizen work group Pasaje Seguro Cantabria.