Good Tumblr post refuting anti-kin rhetoric and exploring kin feelings

http://aestherians.tumblr.com/post/169617504579/well-you-were-making-pretty-broad-statements Basically, the post (and those before it) go into a fair amount of depth about feelings otherkin might have relating to their kintypes like homesickness, not fitting in, etc., and why these aren’t bad or weird or wrong or even exclusive to otherkin (at least not the feelings themselves).

January’s activity!

Happy New Year everyone, and sorry for the long time no post! I had something writen up already, but the WordPress app ate it, hence why I’m on my computer for now. Recently I started a thing on our Tumblr and Amino where we have monthly activities. Here’s the one for January: January’s activity will Read More…

Plantkin resource list!

This is very recent (last edited 1/12/17). Please let me know if you have any links in mind. This won’t be a static post, I will edit it when needed. Cypress’ otherkin journaling guide is hosted on the site. It’s also on the Tumblr in a shorter form. If requested, I can send a Google Drive Read More…

Analyzing kin feelings: some thoughts.

This was supposed to go in the journaling guide, but I’ve decided to leave it out. A couple of months ago I came up with a way to succinctly capture feelings most who are kin may go through. It’s simply a series of words which could hopefully be scaled from 0-5 or even 0-10. If Read More…

Plantkin survey results.

Individual responses to the question “what are your plantkin experiences like?” are located here: plantkin experiences from survey . This survey seeked to find experiences of plantkin/phytanthropes in the otherkin community. The findings are presented here, and a short essay will be coming soon! Questions— Are you a phytanthrope? If not, please exit the survey. Read More…

Recent site changes.

Added a link to a PDF I wrote on journaling for otherkin; it’s on the resources page. Edit: as of July 15, 2017, the are you plantkin? page is now updated with another article I wrote about exploring your kintype, as well as with the