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Radiant Obscurities

gathering obscure experiences of being animal

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Created on 2012-10-01 21:34:17 (#1733605), last updated 2013-05-29 (229 weeks ago)

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Name:Radiant Obscurities
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A current project in early stages of development that will hopefully end up with a separate site over on Sonverrid.org (same domain as Sonne's therianthropy site, The Sanctuary). For now, I want to use a journal community to aid in organizing ideas and possible essays/articles for the future site and allow a place for promotion of the project in order to better receive submissions to be added to the site.

In essence, the intent of Radiant Obscurities is to gather a variety of writings from therians and non-therian otherkin that focus on aspects of "being animal" (whether the animal is extant, extinct, Earth-based, otherworldly, fictional, etc.) but are of animal/animal-like or creature types that are relatively uncommon in the therianthropy and otherkin communities. It's easier to state what creature types won't (at least likely at this time) be included on the site: canines, felines, and avians are the main ones due to the commonality of canine and feline theriotypes, and avians due to the existence of the wonderful "Birds of a Feather" site that hosts writings about bird and feather-winged therians and 'kin (I thus encourage avian writings to be submitted there instead). Dragon'kin are rather common, however, dragon is such a huge umbrella term, I am apt to potentially include some kinds of "dragon'kin" writing on Radiant Obscurities (RO), more particularly if they are kinds of dragons or dragon-like creatures that are generally uncommon or rare amongst the otherkin and therian communities (aquatic dragons are one example I can think of right now).

People are free to join, subscribe, post comments, and submit material to be potentially added to the site (entries, for now at least, can only be made by members). I look forward to developing the site and seeing the project grow with the help and contributions of other therians/'kin.
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