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DeCatt

Parking Lot Enthusiast
Judging by the number of people asking for brain scrubbers, I'm glad I learned not to follow links and how to hit the mental delete button before I found the fandom.



It's actually very easy to avoid those kind of people at cons. The worst I had to deal with after going to TFF twice was sharing an elevator with a creepy guy in an inflatasuit.

I really want to find out what happens if you lean over to one and whisper "gonna pop you".
I'm hoping they'd be distressed and paranoid.
But they could also get an erection. Anything is possible with furfags.
 

Batty Krueger

DJ Nailbunny
^nope...only fursuit pieces are necessary with a partial...everything else is optional :V
Thats so awkward though >. < AND I SEE PEOPLE DO IT! Well they have shorts but just hand paws without sleeves and a head.

What needs to be banned from cons are those fucking latex suiters. With all the severe latex allergies, someone could potentially die from anaphylactic shock.
 
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Butters Shikkon

Patron Saint of Queers
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Sar

Guest
I really want to find out what happens if you lean over to one and whisper "gonna pop you".
I'm hoping they'd be distressed and paranoid.
But they could also get an erection. Anything is possible with furfags.
Always make a hissing sound, they get badly triggered into panic.
 

Rhee

Member
yes this guy, posting in the fursuit tag on tumblr, wish he wouldn't

yeah there are two suits one has purple marks on the buttocks [but most poses will be frontal so you'll never know], the only difference I can see, unfortunately I don't know if its the murrsuit or not.
He probably likes all the negative attention too.
 

ArmorcladCoyote

Red Wolf Inquisitor
8 years a furry, I didn't think much could scar me anymore. This thread did.

No matter what horrible things you've seen, there a furry somewhere that gets off to something even more &%$ed up.
 

jorinda

Member
I think part of the issue can also be what kind of underwear. Boxers can probably be taken jokingly, but it is the fursuiters with the man thongs and sports cups that I don't understand (and cringe away from). But it also seems to be more of the male side of the fandom; I don't think I've ever seen a female fursuit in panties and a bra.

I have seen female fursuits in lingerie, but they were worn by men.
Also, awkwardly huge padded boobs on a fursuit seem to be a clear sign of the wearer being male.

(I don't mind crossdressing at all. But guys in girly fursuits with large boobs and lingerie... just no. You crossed the line to fetish, so keep it in your home or hotel room.)
 

powderhound

Active Member
It's no wonder the mob gets their pitch forks up every time a fetish is displayed in connection with the fandom. Society tells us to keep our private stuff private. The only people that flaunt it in public are derelict perverts and nobody wants to be aligned with that by association. Furry blurs these boundaries because it's such an open and accepting culture.

Cons like FC are now pulling in fetishists that arn't even furries and I do dislike that.

I really don't know what to say to all this other than 'people's people.' What'ever you saw some furry doing online I gaurentee there's a 500k non-furries doing something 10x worse. One of the reasons people like the furry community is because it is extremely tolerant and accepting. Because of that people feel more comfortable sharing things publicly they might normally keep private. I'll admit some of the things I see make me uncomfortable. But if it's in an adult venue, whatever, let people have their fun so long as they are not forcing it on you or hurting anyone. I've seen far worse at just about every college party I've ever been too than any furry event.


The problem arises in what is considered an adult venue. I would argue the public con space is NOT. There are minors, kids and parents that shouldn't be subjected to that. Keep it in the clubs, bars and rooms. Even a con dance at 2am has minors on the floor surrounded by sex, drugs and rock'n roll. Fursuits or not, people's people. I think cons need to choose real soon if they are going to make certain venues 21/18+ or tighten the code of conduct because this is a potential time bomb that could really hurt the fandom. The tolerance and openness the fandom has become famous for may be its downfall.


Oh on the topic of 'eww, mursuits' that hotel bed your sleeping in, with the bedspread that's never been washed... your pretty much sleeping in a thousand mursuits. My point being that while the IDEA of having contact with a mursuiter may repulse you, in reality it's no different than the contact you have with people on a daily basis. Other people are just less open about where their hands have been so your not thinking about it. From a public health standpoint there really isn't any STD you can get from hugging a fursuit, no matter how crusty. Hard surfaces like doorknobs are much scarier.


The real reason to stay away from certain people is that they might not respect your boundaries or comfort zone.


Thats where I draw the line. I have a cute suit, I sometimes get attention from people I don't want and if someone's drunk and alot stronger than you it can be really scary. Especially since you can't see, hear or feel anything. This is one of the reasons I no longer hug people or have contact with people I don't know at cons.


Also think about this: Free hugs. I was watching Shadow Cheeta doing his free hug thing with the public and someone mentioned to me that they used to be a professional mascot at Disneyland. They said that they have to have their hands visible in every picture because of how regularly they get accused of inappropriate behavior. I wonder what kind of liability you expose yourself to with this hug culture.
 
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Fallowfox

Are we moomin, or are we dancer?
Duty, no, but I think if you value a community and care about the people in it, you will consider how your own personal conflict reflects on them.

The reality is that people usually have to encounter a large and varied sample before they're willing to see members of some other group as "just individuals." Before that tipping point, people readily form stereotypes and assumptions about whole groups based on anecdotal evidence, hearsay, and individual encounters.

I realize that clothes can be cleaned and sterilized, but I still think it's in poor taste to wear your murrsuit out in public.

I didn't disagree with you on this point. I disagreed with the bullshit about everyone pretending they are a representative of the furry enclave, and that this needs to be represented in a certain way.
Crazylee said people shouldn't post fursuit porn online, because of the negative stereotype it will create. Porn sites aren't a public space, so crazylee has no say in other people's sex or porn preferences.
 

Butters Shikkon

Patron Saint of Queers
Crazylee said people shouldn't post fursuit porn online, because of the negative stereotype it will create. Porn sites aren't a public space, so crazylee has no say in other people's sex or porn preferences.

If you've seen his poster history, Crazylee has no place saying anything about anyone. ;3
 

sniperfreak223

More Metal Than You !!!
well...this guy did achieve something: I now want to rip the follow-me eyes out of my headpiece 'cuz I keep seeing this guy saying "your mouth says no but your eyes say 'I'm gonna fuck you'."

WHY!?!?!?
 

Batty Krueger

DJ Nailbunny
well...this guy did achieve something: I now want to rip the follow-me eyes out of my headpiece 'cuz I keep seeing this guy saying "your mouth says no but your eyes say 'I'm gonna fuck you'."

WHY!?!?!?
Hahaha! Yeah follow me eyes can be kinda freaky. No offense, just on some suits or the angle its like "stop looking at me!"
 

ArmorcladCoyote

Red Wolf Inquisitor
Hahaha! Yeah follow me eyes can be kinda freaky. No offense, just on some suits or the angle its like "stop looking at me!"
Or some of them have angles where only the whites are visible resulting in the furries of the corn look.
 

Troj

Your Friendly Neighborhood Dino Therapist
I didn't disagree with you on this point. I disagreed with the bullshit about everyone pretending they are a representative of the furry enclave, and that this needs to be represented in a certain way.
Crazylee said people shouldn't post fursuit porn online, because of the negative stereotype it will create. Porn sites aren't a public space, so crazylee has no say in other people's sex or porn preferences.

I just like to be clear about these things, so I think we're on a similar page here.

I think it's a good rule of thumb to consistently ask, "Who will see this, and how easy will it be to access or see?" You may also want to ask yourself, "If someone really wanted to sock it to me, how could they maliciously use what I've posted?"

Posting your pr0n in public or easily-viewable/accessible places is in iffy-to-bad taste, in my estimation, and I definitely agree with Powderhound that people need to keep their bits in their knickers and not act like dipshits in public IRL spaces.

But, I agree with you that people aren't obligated to forgo all involvement in and enjoyment of porn and erotica "for the good of the fandom," especially since some sites ARE private and out-of-the-way, so posting your stuff there can't be considered "flaunting it" or shoving it in people's faces."

Powderhound's also right that the hotel sheets are often equivalent to a thousand murrsuits, so most of people's hang-ups (or lack thereof) in this area are more psychological than anything. Not suiting publicly in your murrsuit is more about the principle of the thing, really.
 

CrazyLee

Biggest buttplug ever
Crazylee said people shouldn't post fursuit porn online, because of the negative stereotype it will create. Porn sites aren't a public space, so crazylee has no say in other people's sex or porn preferences.

Wrong. These images were posted on Tumblr, which unfortunately doesn't have a NSFW filter (you can filter your search results, but that's about it. There's no way to lock adult postings so only accounts following you can see them).

If you've seen his poster history, Crazylee has no place saying anything about anyone. ;3

Oh rly? And what does that mean?
 

Trevorbluesquirrel

Well-Known Member
In this case, the fursuiters were wearing underwear to benefit charity!

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That's from The Underwear Affair, fighting cancers below the waist!

So you see, underwear over fursuits doesn't always mean ''MURRSUIT ALERT!''
 

Izzy4895

Vulpine Maid
Fursuits and diapers would make this old thread more awkward.
 
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