What does being a therian mean?
Therians are people who believe they are animals, either spiritually or psychologically. “A therian is basically someone who believes spiritually or mentally that they are an animal,” said Aramond VanRahamdalph, who leads a therian group in Houston. He identifies as both vampire and therian.
What is therian furry?
Therian. Therians are people who believe that they are, in whole or in part, a non-human animal. That is to say that part of their core being is a non-human animal, be it spiritually, mentally, et cetera.
What is Otherkin therian?
Therians are individuals who believe they are not completely human and instead identify as a species of non-human animal. Otherkin are individuals who believe they are not completely human and, instead identify as a mythical or fantasy-based being.
What does therian mean in Latin?
New Latin Theria, from Greek thēria, plural of therion wild animal — more at treacle.
Can humans turn into wolves?
No, it’s not possible for humans to turn into wolves. Werewolves do not exist in reality. However, there is an actual medical condition called Lycanthropy, where people believe they have turned into, or regularly transform into, other animals (most notably wolves).
What percent of furries are Therians?
Across samples, the proportion of participants who identify as therian has ranged from 5% to 20%. with the most recent sample containing 7% therians….7.1 Prevalence.
|Item||% of Sample saying “Yes”|
|Do you believe you are other than 100% human (e.g., human plus something else)?||23%|
|If you could become 0% human, would you?||46%|
How do you know if you’re Fictionkin?
the best way to tell is to think about it, try out the identity if you want to. if you feel a deep connection to a character or species, believe that it is you or was you, think “that’s me” when you see them, etc, you could be fictionkin!
What is a therian human?
Therians are individuals who believe or feel that they are non-human animals in a spiritual sense. There are also others who claim to have a psychological or neuro-biological connection—rather than a spiritual one—to their creature of identification.
Where does the word therian come from?
From translingual Theria, from Ancient Greek θηρίον (thēríon, “wild beast”).