but mammal anatomy
I use cloaca to describe a genderless flap which may or may not include a vaginal slit or phallus.
Made sense in my head.
how do you know mermaids have a cloaca
I’ve got a river in front of the door. It’s going to make going outside tricky…
annebeeche: Because reasons. And cryptobiology.
wysteria-peacock: I can see how that might be difficult for some. Which is why I try my best to have some kind of small watercraft on-hand for just such an occasion. Particularly with a shallow hull, in case of crossing inland waterways.
Can you chop wood? If so… You’re hired. :Pmead.
Good answer. :P
We’d all be a lot warmer and happier with a belly-ful of mead.
A bellyful of mead, a hearthful of flames, good company, warm clothes, and good stories to tell.
theslavbarbarian asked: You study seiðr and are a skald! I find this very wonderful.
You’re on a very successful roll of making me warm & fuzzy, and feel stuff; You know that, right?
Addendum: bluh, the publish/private answer buttons are too close.
theslavbarbarian asked: 3 7 8 20
3. Three fears
- Being unable to live a full, accomplished, life. Being unable to lead the life I want for myself.
- Being abandoned, left behind, or otherwise forgotten by those I love the best. To be left in obscurity, and to reside within anonymity. To live unlettered, unloved, and unwanted.
- To be stuck in a place I either have no business being, have no room to grow, or have no desire being in.
7. Four Turn-Ons
- Androgyny/queerness/ambiguity in any sex/gender/identity
- Hard femme/soft femme
- Unabashedly feminine features (hips, curves, etc.)
- Lower voices (bass/baritone, contralto, alto, mezzo)
8. Four Turn-Offs
- Ignorance, and the active ignorance of ignorance.
- People who are even more dense than myself, with regards to hints, both good and ill.
- People who are blatantly uncomfortable with themselves, and try too hard to please others in an attempt to compensate for that feeling of discomfort. Those that have no intention to grow, and learn to love their own skin.
- People that I cannot hold consistent, in-depth, conversations with.
20. Three things that make me happy
- Gestures of intimacy (including, but not limited to the following: cuddling, grooming/bathing, preparing food, massages, scratches, sharing moments of comfortable silence)
- When I know my art has made a successful impact on those that I share it with.