Saturday, January 10, 2009


ME. The dictionary defines it as "The objective case of I". It is a simple word, and it is often overlooked as something everyone knows the meaning of. Yet, do we really know what "me" means? Let's go beyond the obvious; what does "me" mean to you? You've probably answered that it means yourself. That's all, right? That is all it means? Don't jump to conclusions. "Me" is a word that can mean many things, and is one of the most individualistic words out there. "Me" belongs to us as a definition of ourselves. Now do you really think you know me? If you do, then you must feel you know yourself inside and out. Is that really possible? 

Ask most therians and others who soul-search a great deal, and you will find that none of us claim to know ourselves completely. When it comes to finding yourself, and learning about yourself, it is a life-long process, that will most likely never be complete.

Bearing that in mind, I would like to tell you a bit about myself:

I'm a wolf/bat therian. I identify as a vampire bat, and tundra wolf. I'm also a furry. I've been around the community since I was 14 (I'm 19, when writing this), and I'm born female, but identify as bigendered, androgyne, gender fluid, and FTM (female to male transgender). 

This is my blog, and it will attempt to delve deeply into the depths of ME. 


1 comment:

  1. Hi, I attend New Trier High School in the northern suburbs of chicago. I'm a member of Out of the Box club, which is a club at the high school that focuses on learning about and experiencing alternative and interesting perspectives and activities, be it through having speakers in, going on trips, etc.
    After stopping by your blog, I was wondering if you or anyone you know may be interested in coming in as a speaker and talking about otherkin, what it means to be otherkin, what it's like, personal experiences, or anything like that. If you're open to that idea or know anyone that is, or if you're not interested, email me and let me know. email: