Yeah, I've not seen one cloth collar that felt comfortable to the touch...I don't even make my dogs wear them unless its vet time.
My dogs have always seemed to like their collars. No dog likes them at first, but after a while they get used to the feel of it. Even my Labrador I currently have used to run away from me when I removed her collar for baths, and wouldn't let me put it back on. Now when I take it off of her, she immediately looks at it and follows me until I've put it back on her neck. My previous dog did that as well, and would come running whenever she heard her collar jingling.
I'm not saying you should make your dogs wear collars, just that after a while dogs seem to get used to it and even feel odd without it.
The Adam's Apple isn't something I ever really think about. Are there guys without them and girls with them? Fuck, what's the function of one anyways?
I'm pretty sure it's a piece of cartilage, which is part of our voicebox/larynx. I learned that in Voice class, didn't think I'd have to recall that info ever again. XD
firstly i don't wear a collar.
and on the on the subject of the collar equating to fetish in the eyes of the general public, i wear a paracord bracelet on my wrist (this
) and 4 times now ive had people mistake it for a bondage accessory. paracord bracelets are far more mainstream then 'furry' so imagine what Joe Blogs is going to think of when they see you walk past wearing a dog collar.
Really? I would think it's more of a military-type accessory at best.
I, personally, don't care for collars. I like to wear things around my neck, like scarves, lanyards, and dogtags, but I just have little interest in collars. I don't think they'd go with my overall appearance, and I don't like to stand out much. Even my fursona is unlikely to wear one, neither of her species are domestic animals...
Plus, people most likely would think I'm into... Other
things... Which I'm not, and I don't want to give the impression of. I don't mind that other people wear collars though. It's just... Not for me.