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'''Calling''' is when a [[System|system’s]] brain or front unconsciously desires [[Fronting|fronters]] with specific characteristics (such as gender or other identities, special interests, or skills) at a given time. This may be anywhere from weak to overpowering, and generally can’t be consciously controlled.<ref>https://termora.org/term/calling</ref>
'''Calling''' is when a [[system]]'s brain or front unconsciously desires [[fronting|fronters]] with specific characteristics (such as gender or other identities, special interests, or skills) at a given time. This may be anywhere from weak to overpowering, and generally can’t be consciously controlled.<ref>https://termora.org/term/calling</ref>


== Related Terms ==
== Related Terms ==
[[Front Preferences]] are similar to calling, but generally are more of a permanent or unchanging (or at least, less moment-to-moment) phenomenon, and usually not as immediate or intense as calling.
[[Front preferences]] are similar to calling, but generally are more of a permanent or unchanging (or at least, less moment-to-moment) phenomenon, and usually not as immediate or intense as calling.


== References ==
== References ==
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Latest revision as of 01:09, 23 July 2021

calling (v.)
Applies tosystem functions
CoinerHerobrine Elsíra of NGC

Calling is when a system's brain or front unconsciously desires fronters with specific characteristics (such as gender or other identities, special interests, or skills) at a given time. This may be anywhere from weak to overpowering, and generally can’t be consciously controlled.[1]

Related Terms[edit | edit source]

Front preferences are similar to calling, but generally are more of a permanent or unchanging (or at least, less moment-to-moment) phenomenon, and usually not as immediate or intense as calling.

References[edit | edit source]