CM November 26, 2018 Share November 26, 2018 I would argue that the host does not have any more of a phisical appearance than a tulpa does, the host is most likely to associate with the appearance of the body, however that appearance is not theirs, it belongs to the body What I meant when I said that hosts form with a physical appearance is that they form within and into that body from birth, and the other people in the system usually come along later in life but without the same physical growth and maturing as the original and can never actually appear outside of their host's body/appearance the same way the original might or might have considered the body theirs.. I don't think there's anything wrong with hosts claiming the body and it's appearance as theirs, or feeling that the host is the body. The dissociation from the body seems like a personal preference. There will always be exceptions, no matter what the terminology is or what's considered the norm. I acknowledge what you're saying and I can respect your opinion, but for now I still feel it's more an exception rather than what the norm is/has been. Iro - He/they - 30th April 1997 - Host of the system - Speaker if there's no tag Desmond - He/him - 21st April 2014 L - He/him - 5th May 2014 Nevira - She/her - 14th December 2014 Misa - She/her - 5th December 2015 Roska - He/him - 22nd July 2019 Danyla - They/them - 13th July 2020 Asha - He/him - 13th June 2022 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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