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That Time (17) If Fantasies Were Wishes, I Would Not Ride

Dreaming up the story about being in an accident that mutilated my penis was not the only time I imagined being injured. Not by a long shot. I have always had fantasies of being injured.

As a young boy, I was simultaneously terrified and fascinated by thoughts of being hospitalized. The earliest of these fears was about having my tonsils removed. It was my…




breaking a lifetime of silence

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Eric Jennings

Eric Jennings

dilettante, poet, invocateur, acccidental yogi and dabbler in patamysticism which is the spiritual branch of pataphysics.

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