we're a plural system and we call ourselves the house. it's like
we're roommates, but instead of living in the same house, we live
in the same body.
we call ourselves the house because that's how we conceptualize
ourself. inside our head, there are doors that lead to rooms that
serve different purposes. some of us practically live on the front
porch, others aren't interested in porches, and others come and
generally, at any given time, there's 2-4 people who regularly
come out to say hi, but there's still a full house inside.
we come from different places and have our own identities: names,
ages, likes, things we're good at, behavior, etc. as such, we're a
collection of people who take turns sharing physical existence.
collectively, we are:
our vessel is 29 years old.
to be alterhuman is to identify outside traditional definitions
of human. therians are people who identify as real-world
animals. otherkin identify as otherworldly creatures like elves
and aliens. fictionkin identify as fictional.