Craig Brockwell was found by his wife, dead on their living room floor, a plastic garbage bag tied off around his neck, and an empty bottle of Xanax on the kitchen counter, next to a suicide note. My initial external examination of the body revealed no indications of a physical… Continue Reading “The last body I ever opened” Creepypasta

When I was about 13, 14 years old, I remember coming back from school on the bus, wearing my school uniform, and a man brushed his hand up against my leg and then put his hand in between my legs. I didn’t say anything, and that’s part of me thinking,… Continue Reading Reclaiming My Body After Rape: Living With PTSD

A Student felt a sharp pain in her side. This is how her organs shut down J.C. is a 21 year old woman Presenting to the emergency room with appendicitis The inflammation of her appendix her boyfriend Jake tells the admitting nurse that they were together at a fraternity house… Continue Reading A Student Felt A Sharp Pain In Her Side. This Is How Her Organs Shut Down.

Endometriosis feels to me like someone’s hand is literally clenched up in a fist with all the knives on all of the digits and then it goes right up inside you, just near your lungs, and then it, kind of, punches you two, three, four, hundreds of times. The pain… Continue Reading Endometriosis Feels Like Being Punched Up The Vagina With Sharp Knives | Body Language

I remember in primary school, the teacher asked us what we would all do if we won the lottery. And my peers were saying, you know, “Go on holiday, “give my mum some presents,” and all I could think about was, I’d get my ears pinned back, a nose job,… Continue Reading What Body Dysmorphic Disorder Feels Like | Body Language

Well, my birth defect affects me every day. When people see me they’re like, “Wow, that’s the half woman!” Or, “She has no legs!” Hi, buddy. Hi. Hello, Luke. I’m very fun and outgoing. I, um, don’t let anything stop me from doing what I want. I go for my… Continue Reading My Life With Half A Body: Living Differently

I fell in love with Game of Thrones at first sight. You know the reasons. Like you, I was seduced by the breadth and detail of its world, enamored by the nuanced characters and their moral complexity. Its commitment to bucking fantasy tropes enthralled me, and as a writer, it… Continue Reading Game of Thrones; Or The Pain Of Falling Out Of Love With A Story

Hello everyone! Last time we talked about the story of Feralas, a zone that I apperantly butcher with my pronounciation but all the same, you wanted our exploration to contunie into thousand needles. The cataclysm rocked the world hard and changed many locations, it will be hard to find a… Continue Reading The Story of Thousand Needles, Home to the best trinket EVER [Lore]

I had learned to live with a lot of pain, a lot of sinus pain and pressure, but it was dizzy spells that were becoming debilitating. In particular I had an incident a few years ago, and I went to the same specialist and he decided to give me and… Continue Reading Lisa’s Story: Migraine Dizziness