A very normal podcast about data restoration, wireless neural interfacing, and why you really shouldn’t bring your tapes anywhere near the Hole.

BE WARY OF:

  1. Physical and emotional isolation. The theme of societal alienation is ongoing and present in several different forms in this podcast.
  2. Bereavement and grief. While it’s been some time since the narrator’s loss, it is an enduring source of quiet grief.
  3. Existential body horror. The narrator’s physical condition affects many aspects of their daily life in a way that may distress some listeners.
  4. Toxic parasocial relationships. As a narrative about a member of an online community, elements of parasocial entitlement occur over the course of season one.
  5. Societal ableism. SINKHOLE features themes of disability and accessibility and the narrative deals with both social and institutional barriers to disabled persons.
  6. Financial insecurity. The narrator’s condition makes their employment contingent on their behaviour, and they have few alternative options of income.

DON’T WORRY ABOUT:

  1. Sexual assault and/or dubious consent. This theme will never come up in SINKHOLE.
  2. Child endangerment and/or abuse. This theme will never come up in SINKHOLE.
  3. Abuse by a parent and/or guardian.* This theme will never come up in SINKHOLE. (*This does not include parental abandonment.)
  4. Animal abuse and/or death. This theme will never come up in SINKHOLE.
  5. Chewing, spitting, and/or audio gore. This theme will never come up in SINKHOLE. (The creator has misophonia and will not be editing that.)