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What are your thoughts about NSFW Furry artworks/images?

Aulendra

Member
Tasteful nudity doesn't bother me and adult imagery that is censored with a NSFW disclaimer or protected from minors viewing it are both fine in my book.
I'm not a big fan of smut but it's nothing to get bothered about, barring as others have stated really weird/gross fetishes that the vast majority would not want to see. And even that stuff, as long as it has a "YOU'RE ABOUT TO BE LOOKING AT A (insert-fetish-here) PICTURE, DO YOU WANT TO SEE IT Y/N?" would be fine.
 

Gogoat Rowboat

Ãœber Medic
I feel that people have a right to their fetishes, as long as they don't contain anything harmful or immoral.
One thing that I'm personally uncomfortable about is My Little Pony porn though, and while I don't attack people for having it as a fetish, I really don't like how viral and accessible it's become.
On some fanart sites, they really like to try to push their own limits of what they call 'Safe-For-Work'. I'm a pretty big fan of the show, and I hate seeing fanart where characters are put in more and more suggestive poses, wearing lingerie, etc.
I know some people out there might actually like that sort of thing, but I wish they'd be a little more strict about what goes on such accessible sites, especially considering the fact that kids could easily find it.
 

Teethdude

Black Widow Assassin
I feel that people have a right to their fetishes, as long as they don't contain anything harmful or immoral.
One thing that I'm personally uncomfortable about is My Little Pony porn though, and while I don't attack people for having it as a fetish, I really don't like how viral and accessible it's become.
On some fanart sites, they really like to try to push their own limits of what they call 'Safe-For-Work'. I'm a pretty big fan of the show, and I hate seeing fanart where characters are put in more and more suggestive poses, wearing lingerie, etc.
I know some people out there might actually like that sort of thing, but I wish they'd be a little more strict about what goes on such accessible sites, especially considering the fact that kids could easily find it.

MLP fetishes are quite common i've noticed. There's a kid i know, nice guy and all, but he brings he's MLP porn to school.... *FacePalm*
So far only a few people including myself really know about it but if a teacher catches him it's game over for him there on o_o
I am not really a fan of anything MLP related, but i don't hate it.
 

Rassah

Well-Known Member
I think puritan morals and sensibilities are stupid. There is no logical or any reason for it, other than people's personal shock, condiitioned by society. It really should be a nonissue, for both tasteful nudity and porn. Ditto for kids being exposed to it. For nodity, it's not like they'll see something they don't already have on their own body, and pictures of boobs and penises that they may not have aren't going to break their fragile little minds. As for seeiing porn, they probably won't even understand what they are looking at, or care, or if they do, they'll think "ewww" and that'll be it.
 

Troj

Your Friendly Neighborhood Dino Therapist
I feel that people have a right to their fetishes, as long as they don't contain anything harmful or immoral.
One thing that I'm personally uncomfortable about is My Little Pony porn though, and while I don't attack people for having it as a fetish, I really don't like how viral and accessible it's become.
On some fanart sites, they really like to try to push their own limits of what they call 'Safe-For-Work'. I'm a pretty big fan of the show, and I hate seeing fanart where characters are put in more and more suggestive poses, wearing lingerie, etc.
I know some people out there might actually like that sort of thing, but I wish they'd be a little more strict about what goes on such accessible sites, especially considering the fact that kids could easily find it.

My most central concern is about real people or real animals being harmed or hurt.

If a fictional rendering or depiction of some behavior that in real life would be hurtful, harmful, unethical, illegal, unsanitary, illegal, or just plain stupid doesn't involve or lead directly to people doing that same thing in real life, then I'd say it's technically kosher.

I'm all for having safe, consensual outlets for fantasies and curiosities, especially in cases where repress them completely might otherwise lead to trouble.

Oh, and with a few exceptions, yiff and erotica involving popular cartoon or fictional characters makes me uncomfortable and uneasy, personally. I tend to find that stuff funny, gross, creepy, or weird, rather than erotic.
 

Teethdude

Black Widow Assassin
My most central concern is about real people or real animals being harmed or hurt.

If a fictional rendering or depiction of some behavior that in real life would be hurtful, harmful, unethical, illegal, unsanitary, illegal, or just plain stupid doesn't involve or lead directly to people doing that same thing in real life, then I'd say it's technically kosher.

I'm all for having safe, consensual outlets for fantasies and curiosities, especially in cases where repress them completely might otherwise lead to trouble.

Oh, and with a few exceptions, yiff and erotica involving popular cartoon or fictional characters makes me uncomfortable and uneasy, personally. I tend to find that stuff funny, gross, creepy, or weird, rather than erotic.

Now we just need people to know the difference between fiction and reality. I know the difference, but sadly not everyone does.
 

Rassah

Well-Known Member
Now we just need people to know the difference between fiction and reality. I know the difference, but sadly not everyone does.

Going to be harder when you can get it on with an AI... At what point does it go from being ok to boink a pony plush with an SPH, to being not ok to boink a pony robot with a self-aware AI and an SPH?
 

Migoto Da

Heat the Beat
I personally don't care for it much. It's all take it or leave it; I don't really pay attention to something if it's pornographic or not, just if it's well done.


MLP art worries me though, specifically because kids can get on the internet and see that stuff, which makes the people who draw it (And enjoy the art) look like bad people in the eyes of parents and whatnot. Even then, not really my type of genre.

Basically, if you ensure that minors can't see your art accidentally if it's NSFW, I don't really have a problem with it at all.

(Personally, why you'd allow your child unsupervised access to the internet below like age 13-14 is beyond me)
 

Kamek_Sans

Best Raccoon
Eh, furries gotta fap too I guess :V My only beef is when I come across some weird-ass gross-ass fetish art is when I reach my limit. Tag that shit properly, man!
 

Charrio

Artistic Mouse
Personally It's up to the person.
Me I don't mind it at all, I try and not have anything explicit other than nudes or such available to see openly.
As I Draw porn it's nothing new to me, it's a job.

I do feel some let their naughty life creep out too much but it's like having Alcohol, You don't just leave it out where kids can get to it freely.
 

Gnarl

The Arcane Sage
No trouble with nudity, and well people are people, that other is going to be there no matter what. I don't care for it but I can appreciate a good nude.
 

Gogoat Rowboat

Ãœber Medic
There's a kid i know, nice guy and all, but he brings he's MLP porn to school.... *FacePalm*
*Double-Facepalm*
My most central concern is about real people or real animals being harmed or hurt.

If a fictional rendering or depiction of some behavior that in real life would be hurtful, harmful, unethical, illegal, unsanitary, illegal, or just plain stupid doesn't involve or lead directly to people doing that same thing in real life, then I'd say it's technically kosher.

I'm all for having safe, consensual outlets for fantasies and curiosities, especially in cases where repress them completely might otherwise lead to trouble.

Oh, and with a few exceptions, yiff and erotica involving popular cartoon or fictional characters makes me uncomfortable and uneasy, personally. I tend to find that stuff funny, gross, creepy, or weird, rather than erotic.
I agree with all of this, but I am a little concerned with how far people would be willing to go without blending their fantasies with real life.
I think puritan morals and sensibilities are stupid. There is no logical or any reason for it, other than people's personal shock, condiitioned by society. It really should be a nonissue, for both tasteful nudity and porn. Ditto for kids being exposed to it. For nodity, it's not like they'll see something they don't already have on their own body, and pictures of boobs and penises that they may not have aren't going to break their fragile little minds. As for seeiing porn, they probably won't even understand what they are looking at, or care, or if they do, they'll think "ewww" and that'll be it.
I'd like to say I agree with you, but I would still be fairly upset if I had a kid that stumbled upon, say, Spongebob porn, especially with gore, vore, etc.
 

Roadkvlted

Dumpster Dweller
I'd like to say I agree with you, but I would still be fairly upset if I had a kid that stumbled upon, say, Spongebob porn, especially with gore, vore, etc.
I can't understand what is so favorable about that though. And I know that specific thing exists too, and I seriously don't find that appeal to me. Maybe it's like a different strokes for different folks but, goodness me, no.
 

Troj

Your Friendly Neighborhood Dino Therapist
I agree with all of this, but I am a little concerned with how far people would be willing to go without blending their fantasies with real life.

Me too, of course. In those cases, I'd say that the problem lies with the person, and not the fantasy itself, nor the tendency to fantasize.

There are people who can't tell fantasy from reality, or who can't let fantasy-that-should-stay-a-fantasy remain as such, but they're usually psychologically unwell to begin with.
 

Duality Jack

Feeling Loki with it.
Simple as the title, im just curious on other people's opinion.
I don't intend to make a flame war, so please debate instead of argue at the very worst.
However it'll be nicer if you just leave your opinion. Be brutal with your answer if you want.
For example, you can give me every reason you want on why you like or hate it.
NSFW things can be anything from an artistic nudity to a more pornographic visual

I'll say mine after i get some responses.

Pinups are understandable, as usually with pin-ups its about aesthetics and personality of character more then straight pornography, but I personally do not gain from the fetish side of furry erotica. I just like pin-ups in general.

Rather something more human personally.
 

Rassah

Well-Known Member
I'd like to say I agree with you, but I would still be fairly upset if I had a kid that stumbled upon, say, Spongebob porn, especially with gore, vore, etc.

Honestly, I think your kid would be WAY more upset than you. And will probably avoid all that kind of crap all on their own from then on XD
 

Gogoat Rowboat

Ãœber Medic
In those cases, I'd say that the problem lies with the person, and not the fantasy itself, nor the tendency to fantasize.
There are people who can't tell fantasy from reality, or who can't let fantasy-that-should-stay-a-fantasy remain as such, but they're usually psychologically unwell to begin with.
Yeah, I guess it really depends on the individual.
A little off-topic, but I guess this is related to the debate about whether violent video games give kids violent tendencies.
If someone were to actually try to act out one of their fantasies in real life, and end up doing something immoral, there are probably bigger factors involved than what kind of porn they looked up.
Honestly, I think your kid would be WAY more upset than you. And will probably avoid all that kind of crap all on their own from then on XD
I'm just saying I would be upset because it would upset my kid, and stuff like that seems to be all over the internet.
I'm not saying that there should be rules about censorship, per se, but I wish there was a little more integrity in keeping stuff like that from spreading too far.
 
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Antronach

Bringin' sexy back~
I wouldn't mind it if it wasn't so pervasive and lewd. The only reason I always have my filter settings maxed out when looking through furry art is because there's so much. I honestly having seen a tasteful nude in quite some time, if only because I'm not wading through the weird shit to find it.

Sorry if you're into clean porn and all. :<
 

marda

Spriggan Matron
Yiff bothers me, artistic nudity does not. People could really be better about tagging their porn though, and that would make me way happy. I think it would be pretty cool to have a website for furry art with similar rules to those of DA, where artistic nudity is ok but nothing straight up pornographic, because people's laziness is getting on my nerves. That way the yiff and the tame stuff is totally separate. I think that would be really cool.
 
Anyone who can't understand the difference between fantasy and real life is ridiculous. It's exactly the same with any other NSFW, any other porn, people can be into the weirdest nastiest stuff but as long as they leave it in their heads or in their bedrooms, whatever, and it ain't hurting anyone (particularly important part) then in my books they should be left to get on with whatever it is that they like. There will be people who actively search it out and so long as they can find it and nobody else can see it without looking for it willingly it should be A-okay!

I judge nobody on their fetishes etc but it doesn't mean I wanna see it all up in my face haha. The aformentioned kid who takes his MLP stuff to school will soon learn that you have to keep yourself to yourself in that respect most of the time.

Ooh, on the side note, unless you believe in the Hyperdermic needle theory then it's correct to assume violent video games/films etc are never the sole cause of violent people. That theory basically states that mass media is direct and powerful and is injected into our brains, with us being powerless to resist the ideas it presents us with. So basically, if you see someone killing someone, you will wanna go out killing too. As we all know, the majority of people are smart enough to know the difference bwteen something fake like a game and something real! So, my point being, even if children are exposed to something it doesn't mean it will directly affect them. BUT, I still wouldnt want my kids, if I had them, to go running around with a free pass to pornsville. That's just inappropriate and so so wrong! Like buying call of duty for a 5 year old.
 

Misomie

Lazy Artist
When I was a kid I found pokemon porn. I was both disturbed and fascinated (as in I wouldn't search for it specifically but I wanted to stumble across it anyways).

I'm at the stage where I no longer require eye-bleach. The really hardcore fetish porn does make me laugh though because it's super ridiculous looking. Oh, but vore makes me super angry, but only when physics is blatantly ignored (just ticks me off, the other physics breaking stuff doesn't bug me).

However, I still hate seeing naked females (especially people). It's just so unappealing. Bleh! XP

Oh yeah, NSFW furry stuff? Let the people fap. Heck I've drawn porn before and the kinkier/more taboo, the better (depending on arousal level, vanilla stuff just doesn't cut it after a certain level is reached). However, I'd personally never show anyone these drawings. XD
 

Roadkvlted

Dumpster Dweller
Ooh, on the side note, unless you believe in the Hyperdermic needle theory then it's correct to assume violent video games/films etc are never the sole cause of violent people. That theory basically states that mass media is direct and powerful and is injected into our brains, with us being powerless to resist the ideas it presents us with. So basically, if you see someone killing someone, you will wanna go out killing too. As we all know, the majority of people are smart enough to know the difference bewteen something fake like a game and something real! So, my point being, even if children are exposed to something it doesn't mean it will directly affect them. BUT, I still wouldnt want my kids, if I had them, to go running around with a free pass to pornsville. That's just inappropriate and so so wrong! Like buying call of duty for a 5 year old.
Can I pseudo-marry you? This is the exact argument that I was really thinking of, but couldn't put it to correct words.
There's nothing wrong with what we see as bad. Sex, violence, and everything else can be surprisingly therapeutic but only for some people. You have to realize that not everyone's going to be think the same way, not even your children. If you're going to really expose it to your children, do it in a way where they won't be so affected in a negative way but at the same time let them develop an understanding of what is good or bad and let them develop an opinion of it rather than enforce a belief they're not going to follow.
With that being said, yeah don't be dumb and give a copy of GTA to a five year old. That is not a really good age to start unless your kid has a faster development but even then. Let them grow to an age where you think it's acceptable and even then, ease them gently into it.
 

sniperfreak223

More Metal Than You !!!
That theory basically states that mass media is direct and powerful and is injected into our brains, with us being powerless to resist the ideas it presents us with. So basically, if you see someone killing someone, you will wanna go out killing too.

If this were the case, my music library and my bookshelves alone would make me either a sadistic serial killer or a genocidal maniac...and as far s I know I'm neither of those.

Back on topic, I can tolerate some NSFW material, but far too much of it as of late is just outright disturbing or in some cases straight-up disgusting.
 
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