>Why are you a furry or Why do you consider yourself a furry?
I don't ultimately consider myself a "furry", as I find the term has more linking to the typical human-but-with-animal-features junk. I'm more in to what I'd call more /tg/ tier stuff, where they're more their own separate race.
Could be a furry reformationalist, I guess, in the sense that I mostly want to reform the furry fandom away from literally just throwing a human frame and hair on everything, but changing the skin color and adding a snout, and calling it a day.
>What sort of aspects are you invested into?
I'm a huge worldbuilding guy, but, I've got interest in most all those major options. Art and aesthetic are something I quite love, but, worldbuilding is probably the biggest reason why. I like to make my own stories, my own character, out of images I see.
>What makes you prefer anthropomorphic animals for these types of situations? Are there any instances where humans are preferred?
I like humans with the same setting, ultimately. Mostly because the whole "humans will fuck anything" ideal. Can't get a story of cross-species love without sticking humans in it. As to the reason I prefer to add furry stuffs in things like that, I find there's a lot more room for potential difference when you've not got the same shape as humans. A bird race, for instance, might use their feet primarily to control or manipulate things. Combine this with stereotypes for animals, like the familial nature of crows as well as the ingenuity and easy boredom of them, and you can make seriously cool cultures and peoples.
And then you have a human fuck 'em.
>What difficulties do you find in regards to being a furry?
My main difficulties as a "furry" at the moment is constantly sifting through piles and piles of trash. So much human garbage. I usually have to settle for so much less.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.