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Shoutout to Kojanue for making this absolutely wonderful art of my fursona. He's a great artist and an amazing person, you should definitely check him out! https://twitter.com/kojanue
Inoro is Beht, a species of (mostly)wolf-people who descended from were-beasts who accepted their nature instead of rejecting it. They have deep ties to nature and live scattered across a vast number of small islands, each a similar but unique community shrouded from the outside world.
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I've found that if I just look (i.e. stare) at myself in the mirror, I hate how I look. If I talk to my reflection, on the other hand--if I make eye contact and use body language and everything--quite often my opinion improves. I guess that's what other people see and I normally don't.
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Me: This character is bi
People: Cool and nice
Me: I have an m/f ship or 3 for them
People: Hey what the fuck
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@Taweret Ooo, how could this go wrong?
1. Wrath of Khan
2. Undiscovered Country
3. First Contact (sorry)
4. Search for Spock
5. Voyage Home
6. The Motion Picture
8. Final Frontier (it's grown on me)
11 and 12. Insurrection and Nemesis
13. Into Darkness
So subject to change that I'd probably get it wrong if you asked me to type this out the same again.
baphomet horny | impractical suggestions Show more
@Kaffe What if she hoisted you up to her waist, her hands on your ass, and you have to hold on to her horns to not lose balance why she fucks you? She doesn't seem to have any difficulty supporting you with them.
Then, when she's (thoroughly) done with your butt, she falls to her knees and leans forward, suddenly sending you to the floor on your back. Her intimidating smirk melts away after a few moments as the snuggling starts...
a guide to walking barefoot (5 / end of thread) Show more
A couple more things.
People will look at you funny and there's no surefire way to avoid that. Try to keep in mind that you're moving in shared space and walking barefoot is your right.
However, try not to show people the soles of your feet too much (line when you're sitting on a bench with your legs crossed) because in some cultures, this is considered extremely impolite, even offensive.
If you're living in a very bourgeois neighbourhood, consider crotcheting or purchasing a set of "faux shoes" that attach to your toes and your ankles, making it look like you're wearing sandals.
If you're very used to walking around in shoes, like most people, your motor skills will take some time to develop.
Practice on familiar terrain: your apartment, your balcony, if you have one, and your street. Be careful around large groups of people because you really don't want someone in boots to step on your delicate toes.
Additions and questions are welcome!
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It will take a few weeks but your feet will stop hurting after long walk, become a lot (!) stronger and more flexible / adaptable, and over time, even if you step on a glass shard, it will probably not pass through the callus layer of your skin.
If you've got something stuck to the sole of your foot and you don't know what it is, softly brush against the top of your other foot - the skin on top of your feet is very sensitive and you'll know whether you can just brush it off or have to sit down and pick it off using your fingers.
If you're bleeding, don't panic - our feet are well supplied with blood, which means that it will bleed a lot at first (cleaning out the wound) but in most cases the wound will close fast and you can just keep on walking, but be sure to properly clean and disinfect it once you get home.
Always carry a pair of socks and shoes in your bag if you're going on an extended trip.
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Sand, stone, and asphalt are good. Lawn / grass is good, too, but watch out for twigs, thistles, stinging nettles, and insects like bees and wasps. If snakes or scorpions are an issue where you live, be aware that you are without protection. If you're standing in one spot for an extended period of time, be wary that ants and ticks will be more encouraged to climb up your legs than if you're wearing shoes.
Gravel is okay. Try to avoid grit and crushed stone. Be very careful on mud, because slipping can hurt your toes very badly and there's always a chance you might step on sharp objects if you sink in.
Walking barefoot in the summer rain feels great but keep in mind that your feet have slightly less grip on most urban terrain than shoes do. Be careful on moving ground like escalators or the bendy part of buses and trams.
Wash your feet when you get home, and lotion up the parts that have been in contact with the ground. That way, you will develop a healthy callus layer that will protect your feet while not looking ugly. Take care of your toenails as well.
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If the tendons in your knees are healthy, keep your knees very slightly bent. It is a human reflex to bend our knees if we step on something sharp, and while shoes discourage our legs from doing so, you can really avoid getting hurt if you do this while walking barefoot.
Use your toes to read the ground. Sense whether it is sloping up or down. This takes some training, but it prevents you from having to always check the terrain in front of you.
When descending stairs, you can use your toes to "grab" the edge of the stair for a better grip. Keep the soles of your feet close to the ground when running.
On difficult terrain, walk with your ankles close to each other, then push your feet outward and try to land on the outer edge. This will provide you with a more secure step.
Another thing you can do, for example when it's cold, is to clasp your toes together tightly. Don't walk in snow for extended periods of time or you will risk frost burn. Our feet are not made for this, nor are our legs. Instead, use "barefoot shoes" or kevlar socks if you can afford them.
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Now that Spring is upon us in the Northern hemisphere, it's time for me and many other people who like to feel a little bit more connected to the Earth in our modern lives. I walk barefoot as much as I can, so I'd like to share some advice with you in case you would like to try it for yourselves. It surely is a good way to reconnect to our humanity, I'd go as far as saying it is #solarpunk to design spaces to be barefoot-friendly.
Here's one thing I can not stress enough:
Walk on the balls of your feet, not the heel. That way, your weight gets distributed in a way that keeps your feet more flexible and your toes will spread out against the ground, providing a better grip.
Apart from that, it's just our natural way of walking and a lot better for your back, and you can train yourself to do it even when you're wearing shoes.
You can take this as far as pulling up your heels as you're striding, as though you were wearing high heels.
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