Re: fmg/gts werewolf


The thing is that people tend to forget is that generally ther is FMG in a were-TF.

Just a particular point I'd like to make, since its so commonly misconstrued, so often on the forums, but whenever I see the word "were-" in reference to the topic of female anthropomorphic transformations, i.e. a were-woman, one should keep in mind that its Old English for "man" and has absolutely nothing to do with transformation process itself.

From the American Heritage Dictionary:

Old English werewulf : wer, man; + wulf, wolf;

In otherwords, if you're misusing it in that manner, "man-woman", you're actually describing a transgender transformation.

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