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Tag Archives: 30 Days of Otherkin
This was actually a topic I started talking about with a reader via e-mail the other day, so it’s been on my mind. I have a very, very hard time separating challenges in my life that are due to not … Continue reading
Day 10 is Common Misconceptions, but I feel like in my case I already answered that under the Facts and Fictions category, so I am going to skip it. And since I am not a big fan of short, snappy … Continue reading
My brain is torn between two answers here. The first is, “annoying”. The second is, “I do not know, what is it like to be anyone or anything?”. I do not know what it is like to be quote unquote … Continue reading
Oh, where to begin. A lot of our modern history in the West starts with Ancient Greece as some founder of our civilization. What most people do not stop to think of, is why Greece? Where did they come from, … Continue reading
Writing this post feels odd, since I feel a lot of non-otherkin pagans could write a post like this. I have not heard enough people talk about their interactions with their various deities, to know if my answer would be … Continue reading
I have not really spent enough time in the otherkin community at large to pick up on the stereotypes and misconceptions people have about incarnate deities. So part of this is shooting in the dark. I also want to extend … Continue reading