“Instructors in regular yoga classes never knew what to do with me.”
These tooth-polish fans make their case.
“Eating and drinking is a challenge.”
“Shame made me feel awful about myself, but it was also a sexual necessity.”
“Having Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is like being trapped in a house on fire.”
“I see rainbows in water and snow and fog.”
“We’re the misfits of the misfits.”
“It’s a condition of profound loneliness.”
Joel Salinas is a doctor who can literally feel your pain.
It’s messy, but as Sarah Wilson says, it can be beautiful.
Psychologist Frank Tallis details his experience treating a woman with erotomania, a rare, delusional condition.
Chewing, lip smacking, and even loud breathing can trigger deep anxiety and rage in people with misophonia.
I’ve escaped death and dealt with loss, all while sleeping.
Jeff Zimmerman’s sculptures seem to drip and ooze, even in cold glass form.
The Victorian art of taxidermy lives on in Divya Anantharaman’s Brooklyn studio.
And we’re all here for it.
Kinoko Hajime is one of Japan’s foremost practitioners of kinbaku-bi, which translates to “the beauty of tight binding.”
We particularly love the smiling ribeye steaks and squishy sushi.
Artist Liz Collins loves color so much she once ate a crayon. Now, she channels her artistic tendencies through larger-than-life textile sculptures.
From his studio in Queens, New York, Jordan Eagles preserves blood in resin to make striking, life-size sculptures.