Quote:Now, I don't really care.
Then why did you write this?
I was actually referring to when I was trying to force answers which led to make making a lot of dumb mistakes. Now, I don't care about forcing answers. Sorry I wasn't clear about that.
Shailla Wrote:You don't get abused because you're Otherkin nor you are Otherkin because you were abused.
Actually, a symptom of being an abuse survivor is feeling fundamentally different, so it is a possibility that I consider. I also know that my history is directly linked to a lot of my personality.
You could call me a faerie if you prefer. You could call me whatever you like and believe in whatever you like. It's all the same to me.
Shailla Wrote:Because you were abused and now it's your form of protection to keep the bad guys away from you?
No because I am the bad guy.
The idea that wanting to look good means that they haven't explored their "dark side" implies that good-looking is the same as being good and being ugly is the same as being darker. This isn't the case at all.
Shailla Wrote:Do you own a gun? Are you like really really really rich? Are you head of the mafia? Or can curse someone to die?
True, at least three of those are forms of power. However, one doesn't necessarily need to have them to be obsessed with it.
Shailla Wrote:There's lot of people claiming how bad or monster-like they are but when you ask them to go to cemetery and dig up some dead body with you, they just look at you as if you were some kind of total freak and shit their pants so.. Who are you?
Why would I dig up a dead body when I can just wait a few years and dissect brains for a living, get paid for it, and have the education to know what I'm looking at? Being a monster doesn't mean being an idiot and taking unnecessary risks.
Yes, there are a lot of people claiming to be villains who aren't and I don't blame you for assuming I'm one of them. If I wasn't me, I would too.
I'm the one with the power around here. -Rumplestiltskin