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clostive (n., adj.)
Applies toheadmates

A clostive is the opposite of distive, being a once non-introject system member who became closely connected with a source, and thus akin to a introject, due to trauma.

Clostives can choose to attach the prefix “Clos-“ onto other introject terms (i.e. Closfictive, Closfactive) to fit their identity.

History[edit | edit source]

This term was coined on March 16, 2022 by Pluralpedia user Geartooth.

Related Terms[edit | edit source]

Clostive can, depending on the term's user, be related to source positive.

Clostive is the opposite of distive (a introject who became a non-introject headmate due to trauma distancing them from their source).