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Horned/Antlered Girls Anonymous 11/26/2020 (Thu) 04:16:40 No.1721
Shall we have a little thread that celebrates our symbol?
Where'd the antler thing come from, anyway? I know it's an old cuck symbol but why?
>>1729 My understanding is it has something to do with the behavior of deer in mating season, with males who lose in fights having his females taken by the winner.
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>>1729 >>1742 But doesn't a defeated stag lose his horns? I seem to recall a broken antler is a sign of defeat. The explanation I had going back to Shakespeare was that antlers were a cuck's symbol because they couldn't see them but everyone else could, similar to how a cuckolded man was usually the last to ever know.
>>1746 >But doesn't a defeated stag lose his horns? I seem to recall a broken antler is a sign of defeat. They can, and if their antlers break, I'm sure that does count as a loss, but I don't know that a loss necessarily accompanies loss of antlers for that season. Ultimately, you probably are not going to find a concrete, logical explanation for it. There was some reasoning at some point, but it's essentially an old-timey meme that caught on, and from there it takes a life of its own.
>>1746 > I seem to recall a broken antler is a sign of defeat. Not always deer will rub their antlers on trees to mark territories, sometimes losing part of their antlers in the process
>>1749 > but I don't know that a loss necessarily accompanies loss of antlers for that season. Death usually if not on the spot they will most likely die from the injuries later. Rutting is a very intense time of the year for deer.
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Feral Hearts by Kerli. Besides the antler girl, it also includes a forest nymph, a mermaid, and a spider girl. She also has another song called 'Journey Through the Elven Kingdom'. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qx4bBuD2TX8 https://kerli.fandom.com/wiki/Feral_Hearts_(song) >I don’t just go into the forest for a photo shoot; I actually live here, and I make music here. Studying magic and shamanism of my ancestors is as important to me these days as making art >After spending half of my life living and creating in different parts of the planet, I have found a deep appreciation and a way back to my ancient Estonian roots. The art you’re about to experience was made during a year in which I soaked in this magical land’s inspiration by practicing an extremely simple lifestyle by myself in a little forest temple, having not much else with me than my music making tools. I am humbled to share the first piece with the world as these are some of the most honest sounds and visuals I’ve ever created. It is my hope that they bring as much joy to the listener as they have to me while birthing them into reality >Feral Hearts: to me, is a song about going back to the animal part of ourselves, wich is actually the biggest inspiration on all my new music. This specific song talks about trusting your instincts in the world that is mainly focused on thoughts. You know that got feeling we get about things, but often deny, because we're trying to do the right thing or the smart thing. I really do believe that our bodies are always telling us the truth. Just the voice of instinct is so [?] that it often gets lost and not heard, in all the noise of the world. And this noise is most of the time not uplifting or empowering, but quite the opposite: the society seems to be built upon insecurity and competition between human beings. So with the message of this song, I'm trying to remind my moon babies, that we are the carriers of our own torch, and the only ones that know what is true and good for us. >The whole world trying to tame the spark, >but we've got fire burning bright, hidden
how branched do the antlers need to be? Not sure if the DOTA and Warcraft versions qualify
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>>2146 >>2147 I'd say they need to be recognisably antlers, at least, with one branch or the recognisable shape. Oni horns, cattle horns and ordinary devil horns muddy the waters too much. It's true that the two fingers behind the head are symbolic antlers and that in some cultures the cuckold's "horns" were depicted as small and conical, but those origins didn't have a flood of contemporaneous succubi and other horns flooding forth from the moé manufactories.
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I love this picture. It sums up so much of how I feel about the fetish. >>2140 >I have found a deep appreciation and a way back to my ancient Estonian roots. You love to see it.
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Kronos; a deergirl DJ vtuber. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAgX-WHBg_U
Heilung. A Scandinavian pagan folk band whose female vocalist wears antlers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64CACoHNBEI
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Vixen and deer.

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