Liminal Front

From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
liminal front (n.)
Applies tosystem functions
CoinerThe Quicksilver System


The liminal front is a location within a system that is seen as a liminal space between the inner and outer world that headmates occupy while fronting. Being in the liminal front feels like having one foot in each world as opposed to being disconnected entirely from one. The liminal front may or may not be the body.

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A headmate stuck in liminal front is called a liminal anchor.