many furries rave. Just not always in fursuits.How many furries actually "rave?"
The same definition as "rave music" to everyone else. 0_oWhat is defined as "rave music" to furs?
<See first question's answer>How many furs are active in the local and even global scene?
They like EDM and Raves.What attracts the obvious *cough* fur affinty towards EDM and Raves?
The thing I love the most is MDMA though.
Specially when half the people are dry humping each other.
I've never been to one. I saw a couple of fursuiters going into a club in Baltimore. I was curious to know what was going on inside, but I was going with a group of friends to a movie.
Here's what happens at an actual rave: you get drunk beforehand so your ears don't hurt from the huge speakers, you are nearly dehydrated by the end of the night, and the morning after you are depressed because you took ecstasy. It's sweaty and disgusting. So there.
The same definition as "rave music" to everyone else. 0_o
So of course, I'm always going on about furry rave parties and what not. It is something I do in my life outside of the fandom but given the opportunity to share my love for electronic music and the culture around it with my furry friends, I am quick to hop on the chance to produce a furry EDM show!
But this is more of a observation of mine...
How many furries actually "rave?"
I mean you just need to google "furry ravers" and you get...
What is defined as "rave music" to furs? How many furs are active in the local and even global scene? What attracts the obvious *cough* fur affinty towards EDM and Raves?
Just a curiosity.
p.s: Secondlife doesn't count.
No raves. Extreme metal concerts.
HAHA FUCK YEAH LINKIN PARK AND PAPA ROACH 4EVER \m/
people still rave in 2011?
I thought that was a dead scene like goth, steampunk and ska.
Rave parties are precisely the opposite of anything you've ever done.
Rave is a genre that's been gone since at least 1989 and like Pearl Jam said: