Or...you can shrug it off and let it roll off your back.
Assuming that I'm reading this correctly, if someone makes a snide comment and does that to you, they likely aren't worth talking to. You're not going to meet any of these people in real life, more than likely.
What's one more asshole...
The 1960's films had a loose continuity and Godzilla would reappear in Godzilla vs. Mothra, but Godzilla was never killed. Most have only seen the American cut. In the original Japanese dub, Godzilla's roar can be heard at the end of the movie, signifying that he is alive and well.
The people in this server are some of the sweetest ones I've met in the furry community. I read Easy Times for a year before joining and was nervous about hopping in, but they've made me feel at home since then. I can be my goofy, aloof self and they accepted me with open arms. That's about all...
This topic has been beaten to death.
The overabundance of fetish art, the socially awkward userbase, and the more insane and politically charged members within make us easy targets. The fandom has gained special notoriety thanks to events such as Rainfurrest and news incidents that it's not...
I think it's hilarious. Wall Street is watching this carefully. Restrictions in place only serve to confirm that the "free market" only exists when the big boys play.
It doesn't when the common folk play the same games that they do. How convenient.
Tbf, the fandom kinda' makes itself a target.
• All of the yiff.
• The fandom is often politically charged even in places where such topics aren't warranted. This isn't to say it doesn't have a place, but I will veer away from a political topic if I feel that it's too acidic for my tastes.
I'm not sure what I'd say. I always sort of knew, since I've always had a fondness for anthropomorphic characters. I knew I was a furry when I stumbled upon the community in 2010-2011.
Granted, if I could go back, I would probably just tell them to look into the furry community a bit sooner...
There are plenty of people in this fandom who do things that make it necessary for us to rib—or otherwise lambaste—ourselves.
Furries aren't the only ones who do this, by the way. Other fandoms do it too.