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Marriages, sex etc

Post by Dealer on Wed Feb 14, 2018 4:04 pm

Something w20 spells out that might be different from games you are used to: the ritual for bonding and marriage does not have to be 'for life'. You could go before the spirits and agree to have one child and raise it right. Or to be faithful to each other for a year and a day.

I know some people are used to 'mating is for life, anything else is dishonorable' and there certainly are septs that run it that way. You could be from a sept where that was strictly enforced. In this sept, they are a little more liberal and there are ways to do something other than 'one man and one woman for life'.


The social norms in werewolf are highly problematic, especially when it comes to marriages and sexual freedoms. This sept is a little more liberal and relaxed than others, having large amounts of Uktena, black furries and child of gaia.
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Post by Dealer on Wed Feb 28, 2018 8:36 am

Expanding a little more on the 'lax social norms for sex/romance' compared to other septs.

-Breaking your vows is treated harshly, one of the worst things you could do.
-Anything that could create a metis is still greatly taboo (not that you have to worry about this)
-Being barren/sterile is still considered greatly taboo.

-Most of the Garou don't care about homosexuality and some aren't straight. They pay lip service to it because some spirits care, so it's kind of 'don't ask don't tell'. The kin are about the same, maybe even a little more lax. The warder did lose a small amount of honor renown for too openly not giving a f about these rules.

-There are multiple gender identities accepted and have been for years by Navajo, Mohave and others.

-Fornicating outside of your tribe: 'it's complicated' and really depends on the tribe. Often those with higher pure breed are treated to a higher standard in this regard. Often this taboo also falls under 'don't ask, don't tell', with no one really wanting to enforce it.



Besides, it's the end times. For the most part, management has bigger issues to deal with than regulating people's sex lives.
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