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Thornbrier

31 M Orem, UT

My Details

Last Online
Jan 14
Orientation
Bisexual
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 8″ (1.73m)
Body Type
A little extra
Diet
Mostly other
Smokes
No
Drinks
Not at all
Drugs
Never
Religion
Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
Sign
Aries, and it’s fun to think about
Education
Working on university
Job
Student
Income
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Pets
Has dogs and has cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), Esperanto (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Hello, Chakat ThornBrier here,

I am an Atheist Natural Law Humanism minister ordained by the Universal Life Church Monastery. I hold the office of Priest in the Mormon Church (LDS), am an Acolyte of the Church of Aeternal Darkness, a Pope of Discordia, and am a Secular Humanist Skeptic (I should see about becoming a Celebrant). I officially claim to be a Non-spiritual Therian (sometimes called the Furry Religion).

I am studying Sociology, Anthropology, Philosophy, and writing at Utah Valley University.

I am a RPG/computer geek who loves to learn about everything. D&D Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (leaning toward Neutral Good).

I am an Info-Junkie and tend to type a lot. Sorry this is so long.

I enjoy writing worlds and cultures and am working on my long-term story arcs as well as renewing my old drawing skills.

When GMing a game it tends to get overpowered and is always chaotic and random as I make things up on the fly.

For those looking for love and thinking I might be him, it is only from my friends that I ever expect I will find someone I truly love.
To paraphrase an old song, "If you want to be my love, you got to get with my friends." However, that does not apply to potential 'lovers' (I am rather open there), only potential love interests. While I greatly enjoy men and women for fun, I don't see myself falling in love with one of either. I'm looking for someone who is both.

I have one sister (by birth) 'Beans' or 'Beana' (and through her a brother-in-law), two brothers (by choice) March and Wrath. These brothers of mine I will call from this moment on Sibutane (meaning Siblings by Choice).

Mi estas lernado Lingvo Internacia (aŭ Esperanto). Mi estas komencanto. Mi estas stranga. Mi estas lernado el http://en.lernu.net/

I am creative, open minded, and thoughtful.

Medical Warnings
Chronic sinusitis: On a social level this causes a perpetual smell that many do not like. Its unavoidable and apparently incurable without extreme expense.
Sports/Exercise Induced Asthma: This is aggravated by the above, but I still try to go on regular walks with my Sibutane and others. Recently found out it might not be triggered by a higher heart rate like I thought, so I will be trying some other activities with the precautions I have recently learned. Yet another case where Knowledge is Power, even if it means loosing a beloved excuse.
What I’m doing with my life
I am studying Sociology, Anthropology, Philosophy, and Writing at Utah Valley University and plan to teach and write fiction for social change.

The Xamesh Project has died with the lose of friendship with my old Sibutane DG. Its components will likely find their way into my other projects. This has also lead to me rediscovering Chakats, which were the original inspiration for Chaka'Toan, Goddis of the Shozi.

My long term writing project and MMORPG called 'The Watchers Record' is no longer on hiatus (when I have time I add little bits to it here and there). It is set in a multi-genre sci-fi. However, most occupants do not know they are living in a computer generated world. One of the major settings the occupants live in is known as the Chronicles of the Age of Elfenar (CotAoE) also known as The Maker's Chain. In the MMO one of the major NPC's has decided to take off and since she was in charge of bring in new life and taking it out when it died, the realm of the dead is rather active. The game center's around the interaction between the world of the living and that of the dead.

I am working on my erotic writing skills, most of it can be found on my FurAffinity page where I use the same name as here (Thornbrier).

I am Beta Testing FireFall, the best MMO I have ever seen. Its First/Third Person Shooter, open world, you can call down a massive fight almost anywhere any time, and stylistically it feels like StarCraft, but better.

I play World of Warcraft (WoW) sporadically when I have the time and money.
I’m really good at
Writing the first part of a compelling story (working on extending them and completing more of them).

Massage (Swedish with a little erotic)
Note: never give a full Swedish massage before sex. It's damn tiring.

Research

Apparently I am also good at getting things across in relatively little text, as the site wants far more in these essays. I always feel like I wright things out too long, so I try to summarize, and now I find I should have been verbose from the beginning. I find this hilarious.
The first things people usually notice about me
Either my smile, happy nature, or a thoughtful/spaced look, depending on what I am doing when they meet me. Otherwise, people just find me rather ODD!!

People used to say I was 'Weird' or 'Crazy', but I would always answer with a 'Thank you'. And as such, I am all the 'Weirder' and 'Crazyer' for it.

Creativity is another thing people tend to notice when meeting me online.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I like most music other than acid metal (can't stand the screaming stuff) and rap (I still like reggae though, which many people think me odd for), I love new age, Celtic, and music that crosses genre lines. Other then that, I particularly like songs that tell a story. Some of my favorite artists are Peter Gabriel, Blue Man Group, Enya, Depech Mode, and Lacuna Coil. I learned to enjoy Pop when I heard Sean Kingston's Fire Burnin on the radio. I now have Pandora stations based on his work, Lady Gaga, Basshunter, and several others.

Dubstep is a new favorite of mine, with Deadmau5 and Skrillix good representatives of the genre.

I love to read Sci-Fi and Fantasy, primarily alternate reality stories. I love the Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia Wrede and even used her Dealing with Dragons book in one of my short stories.

I am reading through the Chakat's Den stories by Bernard Doove. I read some of them years ago, but forgot where they were and made my own version of the Chakats.

I loved the Golden Compass of His Dark Materials, the movie did the book justice, unlike Eragon, and the story was well translated into cinema. It understandably lacked the sexual implication of the relationship between people and their daemons and how Dust effects that relationship. Oh, and no mention of the Electrium/Amberic difference. Other than that, it was truly amazing, can't wait for Amber Spyglass.

Having recently been working up the physics of Watcher's Record, I noticed that the conversion of Electrium and Amberic was rather simplistic, even if it has historic merit (the Greeks discovered around 600 BC that rubbing amber with fur could attract small particles of material). I took it a step further and went with the types of experiments Benjamen Franklin did, I call the negative charge a Glass Charge, and from the volcanic ash used to make the rubber for a positive charge I called that one a Volcan Charge, granting them the Electro-Volcanic Force.

Watchmen was a marvelously translated into film. Many of the scenes and much of the dialogue and blocking was taken directly from the graphic novel. Thankfully they updated the costumes and many of the tech ideas. And unlike many, I actually preferred the movies new ending as apposed to the psychic squid. All in all, wonderful remake of one of the most depressing books I have ever read. (Read that as "It's well done. I still wish I had never read or watched it.")

Anime Series
While I am not exactly an Anime buff, I do love a few of them.
#1: Tengen Topa Gurren Lagann
This one easily replaced my old favorite for number 1.
#2: Naruto (I still need to see Shipuden)
#3: Scrapped Princess
#4: Neon Genesis Evangelion
#5: Wolf's Rain
#6: Robotech (anything but the crappy southern cross stuff)

Anime Movies
#1: Castle in The Sky (I have a special place in my heart for flying islands)
#2: Naussica: Of the Valley of the Wind
#3: Princess Mononoke
#4: The Secret World of Arrietty
Hmm, most the good anime movies I've seen are Studio Ghibli.
#5: Vampire Hunter D: Blood Lust

Mini-Series
There are far too few of them. So many books would make a terrible movie, a terrible show, but a great mini-series. We should have way more mini-series's out there made at movie level production. When you make a mini-series you don't need to fit it into such a small window as a movie. Nor do you need the staying story power of an episodic series in which you must create solid episode separations. You can have an 11 hour mini and cover all those things in the book that you cut out in movies but that the readers still love.

Perfect example: Starwars, from the old script hash's Lucas used to have on his site, Episode 3 was one DARK episode, and in a mini you can get away with one full episode of the heroes getting their butts handed to them on a silver platter. You can't do that in a movie. Same thing with episodes 5 and 8, DARK, but you know the heroes will pull through in the next episode so its ok.

Harry Potter would make wonderful mini's. Make each book about 5 to 7 episodes, showing one each day for a week. The whole collection lasting just shy of two months.

Of the ones already out there I know of I LOVE 'Invasion America' and the 'Clone Wars' mini's. I wish they had made the second Invasion America book into a mini as well.

Then there was the Arabian Nights, can't tell if it was a mini or a made for TV movie, but it's fairly long to watch in one sitting. It contains my favorite version of 'Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp' and my two most favorite stories 'Amin the Beggar' and 'The Three Brothers'.

One sad semi-mini, Heroes. It is unfortunate that the maker's listened to the clamber of the masses and continued it past the first season it was intended to run. Wonderful story with a clear end, not designed to continue past one season. I loved it. Then they change the ending so they could continue the story where one had not been written. Though I hear Season 3 is actually fairly good, I have been unable to bring myself to watch it after the travesty that was Season 2.

Once Upon a Time looks good, but I've only seen a few random episodes.

Podcasts: I know they aren't in style like they once were, but I've been listening to furry and writing podcasts like Furcast, Knotcast, Unsheathed, and Writing Excuses.
The six things I could never do without
6: Food
5: Water
4: Air
3: Internet
2: If I could never experience sexual arousal, at the least in my mind, then life would become ultra dull and my sole reason to continue would be to learn and share my knowledge (as specified in #1). If that went as well then I would hope someone would have the decency to kill me.

As for number ONE, as I mentioned, Meaningful Communication! If I was injured to the point that I could not give or receive any meaningful communication and there was no reasonable hope of regaining it, then I would rather be dead.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Cultures, real and fictional; I love to study them, how they think, how they develop, and how they interact. I also like creating them.

Atheism, Skepticism, and rational thought. Morality and the 'Evils' of religion.

My mind is a constant buzz with all kinds of things from many fields of study, for I am a Jack-of-all-trades or a Renaissance Man.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
My gender is in a fluid state, sometimes more feminin than masculin, but never fully either. Sexually, I consider myself Bi-leaning hetero. I like many women! I find some men attractive. I would say on the Kinsey Scale I am a 2.6. So slightly more hetero than homo.

As for love, I am looking for an educated skeptical transvestite or hermaphrodite (or whichever of the communities many terms you choose to use).

I am open to almost all fetishes that don't involve scat or water play. My favorites are tentacles, hermaphrodites/dickgirls (aka Futanari), hypnosis, mild bondage and cutting, and full body licking/stimulation.

Oh, and I actually DO know where the clitoris is. Though I believe most men just don't realize how important it is to women.

Down low I am not large, in fact, statistically I am dead average. I am told however that my skilled hands make up for it.

When its a nice temperature I prefer being naked at home when I can, it's so much more comfortable.

As you can see, not a lot most people would call private am I afraid to admit. Not much fazes me anymore. In fact, with few exceptions I seek out what does faze me so I can overcome it.

I try to be Open and Honest with people.

I don't take offense easily, but I do need to feel respect or things just aren't going anywhere.

I just wish people where not so adamant about enforcing their own moral views on the actions of others.
I’m looking for
  • Guys and girls who like bi guys
  • Ages 20–40
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex
You should message me if
NOTE: Above they don't let you pick Transvestite or Hermaphrodite.
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Do you like random discussions about lifestyles and/or cultures.

Do you like Sci-Fi &/or Fantasy RPGs/webcomics.

Are you a being who might want to have 'fun' with me.

Are you a being willing to help me experiment/play around. I am willing to experiment with almost anyone.

Are you an educated hermaphrodite or transvestite?

Answer any of those yes? Then lets talk.
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Disclaimer
Do not contact me if you find it impossible to tolerate people with alternate points of view or you just want to argue. I want fun and/or meaningful communication.