for those otherkin, therians, and whatnot that stumble across this and may still read this, because apparently I'm popular and well known. Not kidding. I have seen people online mention me in those terms in 2014/2015.
I am not a therian. I hate therians. I did recognize as one but haven't since like 2009. I really truly do hate all of you.
I technically fall under the otherkin umbrella but even now I am loathe to call myself otherkin. I am NOT saying I don't identify as wolf, hippocampus, and bighorn. Nothing has changed in that aspect. Just otherkin is not something I want to associate myself with. Everything is still the same, except I don't like that label anymore. (Been about a year since I felt this way.)
Thus I will never be active in those communities ever again (haven't for a few years). I even destroyed my otherkin site which had been active since 2005, and just left my soulbond article and my aquatic otherkin media list active. I even want to wash my old name Ketrino from the net, but that is probly impossible. I have stopped using Ketrino. It mainly refers to my old fursona based on my white wolf kintype. Literally the only thing 'Ketrino' is now, is the name of my fursuit. Now I am either going by my furry or mermaid names. (Pestilence and Western Sea)
Soulbonding and fictionkin I would like to be more active in...but with no net at home, and a community that's not very active or mostly on tumblr, that's hard for me. Those two will never die, I promise you. (Altho I like to push away my fictionkin past and embrace the life I have now. Lingering on such a fucked up and terrible past is not good.)
So if you absolutely must find me, look for furry websites! Furry has been my life since 2009. It basically fulfills all the needs my otherkin and fictionkin 'selves' need. I can be animal, be myself, and interact with other animal-minded nuts and not have to deal with the crap of therians and otherkin. Hurray! Furries are basically the best thing ever, and function as a huge, local offline community- way better than lurking on a computer.