you are me, and i am you
Man, this thread is just a drama show of realists vs spirituolists. Better go get some more popcorn.
There is no fucking evidence whatsoever.theres nu proof but there is also nu evidence against it so...
They're otherkin, not spiritualists. :IMan, this thread is just a drama show of realists vs spirituolists. Better go get some more popcorn.
If it's any consolation to you, I am an alpaca. *high five*The lack of creativity of 'sonas.
Yeah spiritualists don't do this sort of slobbering bat-shit crazy stuff. I mean... The closest they get to animals is like Native American spirit animals and such, but they don't actually believe that they possess an animal soul.
If it's any consolation to you, I am an alpaca. *high five*
Let alone dozens of people uncomfortable. If you can't pick up on really basic social cues of what's appropriate etiquette for a given situation, then not everyone's going to accommodate for you if you repeatedly overstep people's boundaries.I see.
You're of the mindset that every conversation has to be essentially SFW lest someones eyes require a handy dose of bleach, or their mind a nice rinse of HyCon? Again, I reiterate it's a pretty good con Arshes to make the argument that "there's a time and a place", and than never having that "when and where" because it makes you squeamish.
In their minds, they rationalize sexual discussions to be bad, for many of the most known reasons, but also for this one in particular, because sexual discussions hurt them.
This is such a cop-out response and sort of enables people to just ignore social cues because "ppl r diffrent". It's not even like this is some really off the wall, complicated concept. It's really just common sense. Which a lot of furries seem to lack.Also, art is a perfectly valid excuse, but it hasn't been the bulk of my argument. If you don't like the artwork, or the conversation it generates in the fandom, you might want to see yourself out. Goody two shoes who work to influence and destroy alternate opinions, or personal beliefs because the false argument is, "Well, you wouldn't say that in front of your boss, co-worker, or grandmother!" need to understand that people are different, and each one is bound to have a different threshold.
I know it's easier to pin the blame on others but what you're doing enables really bad behavior.I'd much rather have the fandom remain an interesting and diverse place, even if I am at personal risk to feel slight or even heavy emotional upset, or feel disgusted by my choice to be around it at times. That's life. We deal with it. Forums like this could use a dose of reality.
You're putting on a show. And it stars, "You".No you don't but if you want to add more words to win this argument, feel free. *shrugs*
So I don't minimize the importance of what I've had to say by responding to your own personal lecture and attempt at misdirection with the virtues of why it is important to be excessively fearful of stepping outside of most normative boundaries, as your high-fiving friend would agree with, I'll simply reiterate that if you're an adult, and you can't handle adult conversations, than maybe you should avoid places where others are willing to take on the responsibility.What Arshes should have written ...