I'm attracted to confidence, intellect, and muscles. These three things just drive me wild. I'm more into men than women. I have a lot of issues with women, so I tend to avoid them, and feminine traits.
A guy at my job called me a "Cloudcuckoolander" a few weeks ago. I had to look up what it was, and i was kind of insulted, haha.
I don't think I'm a very weird person, but I guess most other people think that I am!
I think the answer lies in the early days of the fandom, but I am not interested enough to look it up, haha. I've never understood why foxes are so popular, either. I can understand wolves, because of the incorrectly-asserted idea of the "lone wolf badass," but not sure about foxes.
I haven't seen much satire in this fandom. I see more of people taking their fantasies far too seriously than anything else. I think a bit of satire and introspection works wonders on a person's (or society's) character. I wish there was more of it, honestly.
I'd definitely enjoy a good mix of sci-fi, fantasy, and ancient. I love all those time periods, but those three appeal to me the most. That is why I worked all three of them into my fursona's story, haha. I'll always stick to Victorian and 17th century for the clothing though, at least.
Now that I think about it, I don't like how much of the community seems to be afflicted by significant mental illness. It makes it hard to really relate to and trust others who may very well be incapable of self-reliance and healthy social interaction.
I wanted mine to be a bit of everything, so I had my fursona be born and raised in an environmentally-diverse fantasy setting, only to be thrust into a deeply cyberpunk setting with a lot of military undertones. He goes from being monk-class to full on techno-ninja. I gotta get the details down...