Front Preferences

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front preferences (n.)
Applies tosystem functions
CoinerHerobrine Elsíra of NGC

Front preferences are when the front prefers specific kinds of system members in front, and people with said characteristics (which can include identities, special interests, skills, etc) have an easier time fronting, while people who don’t have those characteristics find it hard or impossible to switch in or front. This is different from the phenomenon of calling in that these are consistent patterns, and while they may change, they don’t change quickly like callings may change.[1]

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Calling is a similar concept to front preferences, but callings change more rapidly, are generally more transient, and can often be more intense than baseline front preferences.

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