Aesthosis

Aesthosis

n.
the state of feeling trapped inside your own subjective tastes—not knowing why you find certain things beautiful or ugly, only that you do —wishing you could remove the sociopsychological lenses from your eyes so you could see the beauty in anything and be moved to tears by the smell of burning garbage, the aria of a screaming toddler, or a neon Elvis painted on black velvet.

From aesthetic, concerned with beauty or artistry + orthosis, a brace that artificially straightens a weak or injured part of the body. Pronounced “es-thoh-sis.”

Liberosis

The Standard Blues

Indosentia

Sayfish

Typifice

Desanté

Aesthosis

Tarrion

Candling

The Whipgraft Delusion

Fool’s Guilt

Povism

Symptomania

Ioia

Maugry

Deep Gut

Flichtish

Trueholding

Keyframe

Amoransia

Thrapt

Hanker Sore

Scrough

Eigenschauung

Harmonoia

Lap Year

Heartspur