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Regreted Joining furry community

Connor J. Coyote

Well-Known Member
For me - nah.... I can't say that I have any major regrets.... (at least I don't think so), about joining up.... but, one thing I do regret, is - not discovering the Fandom much sooner than I did.

It's opened up an anormous amount of experiences and possibilities for me, that I'm very thankful for and grateful about.
 

Netanye Dakabi

people call me queen
Banned
i don't even think i'm part of the community really.
i'm much more involved in other things.
i can do without furrism.
 

Raever

Chaotic Neutral Wreckage
i don't even think i'm part of the community really.
i'm much more involved in other things.
i can do without furrism.

I guess it all depends on what you define being part of a community to be. Some people consider merely identifying yourself/your art as Furry to be "part of" the furry community. Others consider it a much more active thing. I think you don't have to consider yourself a Furry if you don't want to, even if you draw or commission anthro art. Furry is such a Generalized term that it really can be just about anything...and that can be as positive or negative as an individual would like. :p
 

Hogo

Unrespectable Member
There is no true furry community, it's a useful term sure, but "furry" is a very wide umbrella of communities both big and small. There are some a person would regret joining and others a person would be happy they joined. Just look at it that way.
 

Raever

Chaotic Neutral Wreckage
There is no true furry community, it's a useful term sure, but "furry" is a very wide umbrella of communities both big and small. There are some a person would regret joining and others a person would be happy they joined. Just look at it that way.

That's actually a really cool way to look at it. Thanks Hogo!
 
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