Hello. The brief summer season has arrived to Northern Ontario. My focus right now is spending as much time outdoors as possible. Work is slow on the Therian Wiki, but I have a lot of ideas. I've made a couple contacts with other Therians who might begin to participate soon and add more historical information. I do try to check the activity regularly to make sure no spamming or vandalism has taken place. It seems that requiring registration may have discouraged a lot of that activity. I hope it stays that way.
Thank you to everyone who visits the Wiki to learn about Modern Therianthropy. If you ever have any questions, please let me know.
Enjoy your summer too!
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I just wanted to inform everyone who stops by, that activity was slow on updating the Wiki while I visted with family for a couple of weeks. Bax and I would like to state our intention to continue as the Moderators of the Therian Wiki. There is still a lot of information that could be added and updated. Formatting and the look of the Wiki could also continue to be improved. These are still our goals and plans for the future of the Therian Wiki.
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I would like to make it known that I have submitted an adoption request for this Wiki. The previous administration has been inactive for almost three years. During this time, the Wiki has become filled with inaccurate and misleading information. It will be a monumental task to clean it up, but I would like to take on the challenge. The current state of this Wiki has been part of the decline of our community across the internet. That needs to change. This Wiki ranks high on Google searches, and I want this to be a place where newly awakened Therians and the curious public can find accurate and respectful information about us.
While I have not been an active member of this Wiki for very long, I have identified as a Therian for 16-17 y…Read more >
I am recommending creation of new category systems to make navigation of the wiki more user friendly. Articles should be grouped to related themes, and a navigation tree should be made available on main page to aid in finding information regarding specific topics relating to Therianthropy.
I also am recommending the deletion of articles that do not bear specific significance to Therianthropy or the Therian community in a clearly evident way. This would constitute a streamlining of the wiki with the goal of making it more Therianthropy specific; including information on the formation of the community, historical resources, origins of terms, significant discussions throughout history of the community, historical gatherings including photo/video …Read more >
I notice that we seem to get long periods of days with 0 to 3 edits and then one night where one user (or, in this case, two users) makes a ton of edits. It seems to me that a wiki which is as well known as this one (I'm pretty sure everyone on every site I've been to has heard of this place) should be getting a bit more regularity than that. I'm not talking about tons of edits each day, only that people would actually come on here regularly and take a look at articles on a regular basis rather than making a large amount of edits about one thing and not coming back.
It seems that our problem lies in our goal: a resource for those who haven't been in the community for very long to learn about terms and ideas that may come up in discussions…Read more >
A blog I posted on Werespace on October 26, 2009
- Part two was written November 6, 2009(will be added to as time goes on)
- Well, I've been struggling with things in the sex area of my life for quite a few years. My behaviors have been quite odd when it comes to regular human sex. Dont get me wrong I know humans have an endless array of sexual behaviors and activities, thats not what I mean really... I mean how do you define whats truly 'normal' for a human in a general sense anyways? What I mean by normal though, is missionary positions, sweet and passionate sex. Maybe a bit of kink but nothing anyone would find odd in a normal conversation. But this normal human variation never really got me off so to speak. it always seemed 'wrong' like it w…
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