Which movie has truly traumatized you? It doesn't have to be body horror like the ones I'm talking about.

Fresh. The 2022 Hulu movie about a guy who chains up young women in his basement, then cuts off parts of their body to eat because his rich cannibal clientele prefer the taste of human flesh when it comes from a living body. He keeps them on the edge of life for months until all of their usable flesh is depleted.

The reason this traumatized me — I was three months post-partum when I watched it and really wrangling with sleep-deprivation, depression, and frankly struggling with how much my life was just about baby. I watched this just thinking “this is me, I’m chained to the wall all day (breast pump for 30m every 3 hours), alive, just to be used for someone else’s sustenance”

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