I don't mean to be hard on furries, since I'm fine with them even as a majority, I've just noticed that most furries I've met are creepy or have social issues to a higher degree or greater likelihood than non-furries. Myself included, even.
I've been to many different furry communities, yet I'm always finding a lot of creeps in every community...
It isn't yiff that makes people creepy, even.
It's how they act, it's just so different from many others. Some people might go to a picture somebody on Deviantart drew of an anthro dog and start making sexual comments... they might react extremely weird around porn.
Even the non-yiff furries still often act more creepy than non-furries in ways, often being stalkers, being extremely open to strangers, other things too, but they're not as bad.
A good example of less 'creepy' furries would be the Instagram Warrior Cats community.
But many still have social issues, often getting in drama that gets extremely serious, being extremely annoying/'cancerous', or posting way too much stuff. Not creepy but still undesirable.
What is it about anthropomorphic animals that makes people more likely to get into some bizarre fetish as opposed to watching anime or something? I mean, there are many good furries, don't get me wrong!
But why are furries usually more creepy or socially hindered or sensitive than non-furries? Isn't it just an interest in anthropomorphic animals?
Do anthropomorphic animals convince most people to be more immature than an anime character that isn't furry would; if so, how?
It isn't exclusive to furries, just, why is it way more common in furries? If it's because of other furries, then why are the other furries like that?
What do anthropomorphic animals have to do with the fact that there is a larger ratio of creepy furries to non-creepy furries and larger ratio of non-creepy non-furries to creepy non-furries?