Recently, my girlfriend told me she was a furry. It was something I had despised in past, but I loved her too much to break off our relationship over something as trivial as that. I totally support her participation in furry art and interaction with the furry community, but the idea of her getting a fursuit scares me. I never considered her to be interested in the physical aspect of furries, and its something that for whatever reason repulses me. She really does enjoy being a furry and interacting with other furries, but her interest almost seems a little too involved. She uses Amino, some community messenger app, and I know her username but am too scared to check her account. It doesn't feel right to lurk like that either. I don't want to confront her about my discomfort in her involvement, because I know it makes her happy. It's almost as I wish she just wasn't a furry, that it just wasn't something i'd have to worry about. Shes talked about going to Anthrocon or something before, and is willing to commission a partial fursuit, for a couple hundred dollars. That seems so extravagantly needless, especially since her only description of what you do in a fursuit is "Have a fun romp". I've tried to get more out of her, but she'd just laugh and ignore it/ me. There's no one I can talk to of my friends about this, as i'm sure they'd have a more impulsive negative reaction. She hasn't told anyone besides her closest friends and me, and wants to keep it that way. Shes tried to recruit me even, wondering if id like it if I give it a try. I'm not really interested in talking about furries with her, though it still seems to be a common topic. I enjoy talking with her, but more and more it ends up in a discussion about her plans for getting a fursuit, or making one, or stories from the community. I really just want to go back to what I had with her before, without hurting her feelings. I wonder if this is something I can just wait out, or something id need to make a decision about and take action. I want to believe its just a passing interest or a phase, but from what I've heard it doesn't seem like that's too common.