In addition to the interview with The Labyrinth System, there is background coverage of what dissociative identity disorder (DID) is, that it arose from the former multiple personality disorder (MPD) diagnosis, a brief interview with a person at Stanford University without mentioning whether he is a specialist in DID. His mention of “fragmentation” implies his knowledge about DID may be outdated.
Article uses The Labyrinth System’s given name, Amelia&, repeatedly as a name for the group without being clear whether they are comfortable with it. Amelia and Scarlet of Labyrinth System are co-hosts.
The Labyrinth System is a YouTuber and local school circuit speaker with 13 residents at the time of the article. The article is very plural-positive overall, and gives a great deal of coverage of The Labyrinth System’s voice. Their birth-mother, and Scarlet’s partner Max& are also interviewed.
Content Warning: there are mentions of suicide (and statistics thereof), troubled residents, memory loss, self-harm (mildly graphic), mental health issues, trauma, the Jekyll/Hyde trope in Split, chronic pain, etc.
Labyrinth System was also featured in a Charlotte Observer (USA) article on October 14, 2016.