Do you ever feel super insecure about your kintype cuz its not a badass dragon or a demon or something sorry to dragons and demons if I came off prejudice
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Ah my apologies for offending you I was just sore that Mines not bad ass and able to ruin things the closest I get is a horror movie tropeTo be quite honest, it's rather the other way around. Telling people that I'm a dragon makes me feel insecure because they might think I just want to be cool. That's also why I don't usually brag about it. I've only told one person irl so far, and only after some careful explanation why I'm serious about it. Still can't rule out they might think I'm just a show-off.
So it's normal to be insecure about a kintype at leasing im in good company lolOh yeah, all the time. I even feel insecure about my own kintype still, given I knew one of my base forms was some sort of small darkish colored dragon (at first I thought NightWing from Wings of Fire but the wings were all wrong). I never found out the type until recently and the type that I am is a newly-released breed on a dragon pet site. I only have ever told a few people online, as like Amber said, I really don't want to seem like I'm bragging about something. I'm definitely not that sort of a tough dragon as my dragon form is a bit small given it's a Veilspun that can't breathe fire.
I've heard dolls get picked on tooOne time I joined a Discord server and was made fun of and harassed because my human fictotype is Tord from Eddsworld (they called me very profane names which I shall refrain from quoting). Every single one of the people in that server (which I will let be unnamed) ganged up on me and said that it was always in the rules that 'Eddsworld kinnies' are not allowed, but I read their server rules before and it did not have that before. They gaslit me. I am glad that I found Kinmunity because this place is not toxic and is very civilized and respectful. It makes me feel welcome and safe to be here.