Why I Believe in GodSat, 3 Oct 2020by Kayode LycaoninAutobiographicalThis story starts with my childhood. From the outside, I had great parents and a difficult time at school due to ADHD. Frankly, it was hell. From the start of school until fifth grade, I was subject to the continuous … Continue reading →
Laziness Does Not ExistSat, 21 Mar 2020by Kayode LycaoninLinkshttps://medium.com/@devonprice/laziness-does-not-exist-3af27e312d01 Psychological research is clear: when people procrastinate, there’s usually a good reason. This was a very interesting read. A lot of it rings true to me.
A New StartTue, 19 Nov 2019by Kayode LycaoninAutobiographicalI’d like to welcome everyone that’s reading this. Kayode Lycaon is a new name for me. This new name symbolizes one of the biggest changes in my life and I’m happy to have you along for the ride. But if … Continue reading →
Are you okay?Wed, 9 Oct 2019by Kayode LycaoninMental Health, RantsI’ve often had people ask if I am okay. It should be no surprise that I hate this question with a passion that’s only matched by my own feelings of inadequacy. What happens if I say I’m not okay? The … Continue reading →
What does it mean to be furry?Wed, 9 Oct 2019by Kayode LycaoninAutobiographicalWhat got you into it? I attended a furry convention in October 2013 out of curiosity. I had seen the CSI episode on furries but I’d been interested in furry artwork since I’d discovered the internet some ten years earlier. … Continue reading →
Fur Reality 2013Mon, 14 Oct 2013by Kayode LycaoninAutobiographicalThis post is summarizing my first furry convention. It originally appeared on my previous website. I just attended my first furry convention: Fur Reality. I found out about it only a week before it started from a random user on Reddit. … Continue reading →
Researching Edo Period JapanThu, 15 Aug 2013by Kayode LycaoninResearchI’ve been working on a fantasy story set in Japan in the 1700s, known as Edo Period Japan. There’s a lot of stuff on the internet about that era but most of it is depressingly topical. You don’t get a … Continue reading →