Nonbinary & Genderfluid ✓ they/them (since we probably won't get a gender neutral neo-pronoun that I like...) ✓ she/her/ ✗ he/him Just fyi, you might hear me 'misgender' myself sometimes, but it's mostly out of habit. I don't like being referred to with masc pronouns by other people. x)
I'm a pretty nervous person by nature, and have a few anxiety disorders, so I'm generally pretty bad at talking people. Please don't feel bad if I don't reply to comments or PMs. Sometimes I have to take time to process when I get messages from people I don't know. Or even from people I do know. Like, I try not to fave-bomb people so I don't clog their notifications with my faves because I don't want to bug people. That kind of a nervous person aha.
I'm not the type to thank people for favouriting things in my gallery but I certainly appreciate every single one. I like comments too. Just, please don't roleplay at me or hit on me if I don't know you. I'm here to share my ideas and work. Just because I promote sexual liberation it doesn't mean I like randomly getting hit on in the comments.
As for IB’s friend function, I don't accept invites from people I don't know; especially if I've never spoken to the person! I have some personal or private things for friend-access only, and I only add people I know reasonably well.
! He's an excellent writer and one of my best buds. :3 He’s completed one full-length furry novel, on his way to finishing a second, as well starting a brand new one. His writing is superb and he’s exceptionally talented at storytelling. If you want to read stories that aren’t just fap material and have character and plot as well as romance and erotic moments, he’s the writer for you. He does other shorter stories as well, most of which are fun and porny, and pretty kinky.
Tai's Story: Heavy on themes of romance and friendship full of character growth and interesting story development. “The tale of a young boy who suddenly finds himself in chaotic New York City, with the dark shadows of an untold past looming over him.” As well as
Astray: Incredibly emotional and psychological, with few erotic scenes (but enough!) “Nick is a troubled young cheetah. In a last ditch attempt to get his ruined life back on track, his counselor convinces him to participate in a controversial experiment.” And lastly,
Space Rats: Hard sci-fi, romance elements. Pretty new! “In an empty and unfeeling cosmos, emotion is nothing more than chemical reaction in a universe that views even that as quaint.”