A surprisingly common delusion, the story of the original Flagpole Sitta, and what they can tell us about the intersection of culture and mental health.
Warning: repeated usage of anatomical terms for uh... certain portions of anatomy... but NOT in any sort of racy or gory fashion.
I’d like to thank my newest five star Itunes reviewer: Mar-y
I'd also like to thank Mike at Pleasing Terrors Podcast for giving me this idea (though I don't think it went anywhere near where either of us expected)
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