Discussion in 'TV, Video & Film' started by Renic, Feb 24, 2017.
You didn't. n.n
The thing is, is that he's his own person and I believe everyone should be taken with a grain of salt. Even the best leader has flaws. I just think the good and passion he has outweighs it, for me. Then again I'm extremely unbiased about a lot of things.
You outta put it on Net Flicks once your done with it
An ok documentary but could had been better
I'm new to the whole furry thing so I'm not familiar with this documentary or who Uncle Kage is but even before I started labeling myself a furry more, I never understood why people made such a huge deal about furry porn. It's all fictional and not hurting anybody so I don't see the harm in it. I don't see it as much weirder than some of the stuff you see in like anime porn or something but I feel like people don't make as much of a huge deal about anime porn like they do furry porn these days. Most mainstream porn in general is kind of weird if you think about it unless you only watch purely vanilla sex but we're just so used to all that other stuff like BDSM and even more extreme stuff like watersports that it doesn't shock us anymore. I've seen plenty of porn and frankly I think a lot of furry porn is a lot tamer than some of the crazy stuff I've seen in live action porn. I wouldn't go around posting porn on my Twitter account or something but I'm not ashamed to admit to at least my closest friends that yeah I do think a lot of anthro cartoon characters are hot but again, it's not real. If people are still upset about furry porn on the Internet in 2017, they need to get a hobby.
I agree with LCS that the first part of the documentary and the second part actually feel like different films, and I vastly prefer the first part to the second. The second part was just too (as the kids say) "salty" for my taste.
I did appreciate how the documentary allowed me to empathize with members of the community that I originally didn't (and in some cases, still don't) like, because of their reputation. I have to admit that I came away with an odd kind of respect for Boomer, because you can't say that it doesn't have a genuine passion for life.
Arguably, the anime fandom has creepier porn than the furry fandom.
There are ways of disclosing your sexual preferences or habits without coming across as creepy, rude, or gross, but that typically requires a level of self-assurance, self-awareness, charisma, and communication skills not possessed by the average bear.
Average bears should generally err on the side of discretion, and some furries need to realize that discretion does not equal shame.
My other feeling is that individual furries and furry art websites could definitely stand to get better at filing their "after dark" stuff out of the immediate or easy reach of trolls and random people.
That said, I also think we actually have the right to go on the offensive here, because, yes, much of the sexual content in the furry fandom is harmless and normal, and because it's entirely normal for a group of largely-young, largely-LGBTQ people to explore their identity via their sexuality.
When society assumes that someone who has a sexual fetish is solely defined by that sexual fetish, or when society looks people hugging or innocently frolicking in fursuits and automatically pictures them fucking, it's society that's fucked up, not furries.
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