Submitted, and do let us know the results. I'm curious too.
It opened in google docs, but still I cannot select, so...If you can get it to open in the google docs ap, it'll probably work there. You can always just post your responses here and I can enter them.
Ooooh, this is cool! I also enjoy "interesting data with no practical use"I like interesting data with no practical use, so I'm collecting some. Linked below is a quiz asking your fursona's species, gender, and orientation. I want to know if there's any manner of correlation. So I need responses. Please fill out the form below, should take you a couple minutes at most. There's 21 species options, plus a fill in, 6 gender options and 5 orientation options. With any luck I got 90% of you.
For hybrid species, please choose the dominant one. So all you Folf's ask "Am I more fox or more wolf."
There's some semi-official rules when it comes to species that implies certain orientations gravitate towards certain species for their Fursonas. I'm curious if that's true, so I'm taking an unofficial poll, hoping to get enough data to actually make sense of it. Listed are your fursonas...forms.gle
Ooooh, this is cool! I also enjoy "interesting data with no practical use"
I do inquire if there is a correlation at any degree? I have been interested in how one's fursona(s) reflects their own gender identity/orientation. I anticipate the results!
Also, if you don't mind me asking, what is a "Protogen?"
Missed this - I got 100 responses, and 95 of them were in the first 4 days. So it was open as long as seemed relevant. I'd need a lot of spread to get anything useful, I was aware, but this was more an exercise in "I wonder" than anything scientific.I think you would've need to have left the survey open for much longer to get a larger pool to work with.
But honestly, the main "Furries are gay" conclusion isn't too far off.
Missed this - I got 100 responses, and 95 of them were in the first 4 days. So it was open as long as seemed relevant. I'd need a lot of spread to get anything useful, I was aware, but this was more an exercise in "I wonder" than anything scientific.