- From Middle English otherkin ("a different or additional kind", literally "other kind"), from Middle English other ("other") + -kin, -kinne, -kunne ("kind"), from Old English cynna, genitive plural of cynn ("kind, sort, rank"), equivalent to other + -kin. (Wiktionary)
“If you're a self-identified vampire, "otherkin" or "energy worker," there's a Meetup for you in the Bay Area.”
“The body is the wrong gender; or the wrong species (google on "otherkin").”
“If you Google for "otherkin," you'll get more information on this than you could ever want.”
“I swear, every time I hear the term "otherkin", I just wanna slap the fuck out of the person claiming it.”
“This group is open those identifying as vampire (sang or psy), donor, otherkin, and to those who wish to learn more about such topics.”
“Vampire/otherkin/energy worker Meetup in San Francisco”
“It was refreshing to get an old-school werewolf film, instead of all the nonsense about clans, otherkin, "lycans," and such (and for that, I blame White Wolf's werewolf rpg, the Underworld films, and a host of crappy paranormal romance novels that have reduced werewolves to "shifters").”
“But I just can't handle the fursuit avs, or the 24/7/365 "otherkin.”
“Some people feel as if they're in the wrong body -- they're transgender or otherkin.”
“At the risk of sounding insensitive or closed minded, all otherkin with multiple personalities, extraterrestrial spirit guides and abilities to teleport into alternate dimensions have been forthwith abandoned.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘otherkin’.
You heard it here first. Well, maybe not first, but you heard it here. Well, maybe not "heard," but read. You read it here. At some point.
Odd or mysterious beings.
Also check out the automachine list by drusky.
Looking for tweets for otherkin.