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MeganBryar

TMI Tuesday

TMI Tuesday.

I've tried this over on FA with mixed results, so I thought I might give it a shot here.

So. Hit me.
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Added: 5 years, 8 months ago
 
wolfstar124
5 years, 8 months ago
do you get wet in showers?
MeganBryar
5 years, 8 months ago
In every way possible.
wolfstar124
5 years, 8 months ago
eeeexxxxcelentttttt >:D
MeganBryar
5 years, 8 months ago
Damn right it is!
Windmutt
5 years, 8 months ago
ok, after much thinking and sorting out the stupid and/or creepy ideas............Why do you look like a chocolate bunny?
MeganBryar
5 years, 8 months ago
It was sheer luck, really. I originally meant for Megan to have the same light brown fur as Niamh and Fiachra, who are her cousins, but the first artist who drew her gave her the dark brown fur she has today. Then, a little while later, another artist gave her cream markings instead of the bright white she originally had, and I liked it so much I just kept it. That, and it amuses me.

And don't worry about inappropriate questions. If anything really bothers me, I'll say, but I wouldn't just throw things open like this if I wasn't prepared for a few weird ones.
Windmutt
5 years, 8 months ago
Got ya, and that is amazing that how she came about XD. ok, now for the dark and dirty.......If you ever was givin the chance for you and your lover to become your fursonas for the next 100 years, would you?
MeganBryar
5 years, 8 months ago
Most of my characters have come about through accidents like that.

As for your new question, I can't really speak for him, but you bet I would. In a heartbeat!
Windmutt
5 years, 8 months ago
same here^_^
dmfalk
5 years, 8 months ago
OK, you probably expected this from me, a fellow TG, so....

1: At what age did you realise you were TG?
2: At what age did you pull up the courage to try things on- To "experiment", if you will?
3: At what age did you "come out" about being TG?
4: (slightly different direction, since one doesn't necessarily lead to the other) At what age did you discover your sexuality, and/or realise you had a sexual preference? (ie: any preference to be more than just friends with either gender)
5: At what age did you "come out" about your preference(s)?
6: At what age did you "experiment" with someone else?
7: At what age did you lose your virginity? (ie: going beyond experimenting)
8: Which do you prefer: males, females or both?

Gee, that's a lot, I know! :D

Any more depends on the answers-- And I bet you were expecting me to ask other questions, but I don't know it it'll apply... :P

d.m.f.
(who needs to do another TMI Tuesday... :P )
MeganBryar
5 years, 8 months ago
That is a lot of questions. Let's see if can't give you some halfway sensible answers.

1. This one's a bit tricky. I've always tended to identify more with girls and, from as far back as I can remember, I've always sort of felt that I was in the wrong place and in the wrong self, I guess. But I didn't actually realize that there was a word for who I am, or that there was anyone else in the world who felt this way, until I was about 22. That was when I first found the furry fandom and got know people from outside the little bubble I grew up in.

2. I really haven't done much experimenting, I'm afraid. But I guess it was maybe when I was nineteen and let my first girlfriend paint my fingernails. From there, I've slowly gathered the courage to try little things here and there.

3. I didn't actually come out to anyone until I was almost 31. My last girlfriend kind of guessed before then, but I was too much of a coward to actually say so 'til late 2009.

4. I'm not actually sure. I had a crush on this girl all the way from the 8th grade 'til the time I graduated high school, but I'm not actually sure when I realized that there were some pretty boys around, too.

5. Probably about the age of 22, again when I found the fandom. Up 'til then I'd never actually met anyone who was openly gay or bisexual, and most of the people I did know were downright hostile to anyone who wasn't completely heterosexual. So I just never had the courage to open up about it 'til then.

6. I was nineteen, and it was with my first girlfriend. Though it wasn't so much experimentation as being tumbled straight into bed. For a devout Southern Baptist, she was quite eager to get started. (How's THAT for TMI?)

7 Again, I was nineteen. In my case, probably a bit too young, I think.

8. It's kind of rare for me to really be attracted to anyone, which is one reason why I've only ever dated three people in my life, counting my current relationship. But when I am attracted to someone, they're almost always a woman. It's not just a matter of physical attraction, though I have to admit that I find women far more aesthetically pleasing, too. But I just feel more comfortable with women and like I can relate to them a little better. When I am attracted to a man, it's always one who leans toward the feminine, and I will raise a hand to having a definite fondness for crossdressers and the effeminate male characters that show up in furry art. Or they are someone like my Eliki, who isn't afraid to embrace his feminine side and to acknowledge it. Eliki's a very special guy, though and, to be quite honest, if he and I ever split up I don't see myself dating another man in the future.

Thanks for taking part, and I'll be glad to answer any other questions that might come to you out of this.
Winterfeline
5 years, 8 months ago
Well, a few little loose thoughts here.

1) What kind of ideas do you have that you consider but would not really put into your work? Are there are any or are you actually pretty open to any ideas that might pop up? Just wondering, since noticed a few traits in my own writing I still work on eliminating (as something in myself I don't quite like).

2) Have you had any particular influence that encourages you with your creation process even when suffering from creative block of some sort? If so, how do you utilize this?

3) If asked about a harem picture/story centered around a character of yours, would you be intrigued or repulsed?

Eh well, mostly a bit of weirdness and late-night wandering wonderings.
MeganBryar
5 years, 8 months ago
1. I'm not exactly sure what you're asking here. Are you asking if there are things I refuse to write about in my stories? Or? I pretty much always write to the story, and if something comes up that needs to go in to make the plot work or help my characters develop I'll put it in. I've written some pretty dark and disturbing stuff as a result, though I did my best to handle it tastefully and to make sure I only kept as much as was needed for the story. There are some things I'm not very good at. I almost never write erotic scenes because I just get them to suit me. There are also genres I'm not too comfortable with. For example, I've never been able to get a handle on science-fiction. But I don't believe in limiting myself unnecessarily, so I'm willing to write out of my comfort zone from time to time, too. And I hope that covers some of what you were asking.

2. I draw influence and encouragement from a number of sources. My boyfriend, for one. He's far more creative than I am, and he is an artist and a musician as well as a writer, so I've always tended to look up to him even before we were together. It also helps to be able to give yourself permission to write utter crap sometimes, and to realize that even the best writers and artists in the world have their off days, too. Writing got a lot easier after I learned to stop judging myself against other people.

3. I suppose it would depend on the character, and the specifics of what was wanted. Some of them would be okay with being in a harem. Some of them even have a harem, of sorts. I don't know if it's a story I could write myself, as my work tends to be rather grim, but it might be an interesting experiment.

Nothing wrong with weirdness or late-night wonderings. Some of the best ideas come out of that. Sorry I took so long to get back to you, and thanks for participating.
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