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A vertical neck attached to the skull at a more rearward position—as opposed to a forward-inclined neck attached to the middle of the skull—can give the illusion of forward growth. Sometimes just a straightened neck looks better than actual forward growth (of course, the ideal would be both).
Note: A forward neck is not the same as forward head posture. A forward-positioned neck joins the cranium in the middle instead of the back, resulting in a short submental area and the back of the head sticking out. A forward neck is not the same as a gay alien skull either. Gay alien skulls have protruding occiputs because of large neurocranium size relative to small splanchnocranium size and skinny neck, while forward-necked skulls don't necessarily have disproportionately large neurocraniums or thin necks.
The hole where the spine connects to the cranium is called the foramen magnum.
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Bad foramen magnum location
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Good foramen magnum location