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 No.93779

Why are you a furry or Why do you consider yourself a furry?

What sort of aspects are you invested into?

Art? Aesthetic? Narratives? Stories? Worldbuilding?

What makes you prefer anthropomorphic animals for these types of situations? Are there any instances where humans are preferred?

What difficulties do you find in regards to being a furry?

Do you wish some things were different than they are now?

Please keep lewd posts to a minimum, keep it civilized. Other topics and discussion is allowed and intended.

 No.93784

Please delete the copy threads, there seemed to be a tremendous amount of lag in posting them.


 No.93785

No one needs to know about your fetish.,. period.


 No.93786

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>>93779

>Why are you a furry or Why do you consider yourself a furry?

I like animals and animals in fiction. I also like how human and animal elements can blend together to create expressive art and new perspectives on what it means to be human. I often think about these things and find myself looking for them online, which inevitably draws me to "furry" places.

>What sort of aspects are you invested into?

All of it, really. From animal symbolism in religion and ancient cultures to people dressing up in (mostly) silly costumes and potentially literally fucking around, I find it all pretty interesting. For things I actually participate in, I've been trying to write stories featuring some non-human characters lately.

>What makes you prefer anthropomorphic animals for these types of situations? Are there any instances where humans are preferred?

I think it's all about the right tool for the job. As an example, I couldn't see any of NofNA's stories being adapted to use just humans, think Lycosa, but without spiders, as a lot of the symbolism wouldn't work out or would at least have to be changed to another symbol set. On the other hand, the story Solar System without Yuri, the only human main character, wouldn't be as thematically strong.

>What difficulties do you find in regards to being a furry?

I know no one in real life that I can talk to about all these things, and while it's somewhat less lonely because I have an outlet here and other places, sometimes you just want to share a story or talk about how interesting dragons are in real time with a flesh and blood person. And to get the obvious out of the way: the sexual attraction to an otherwise non-human, fictional creature is generally a net loss in one's existence.

>Do you wish some things were different than they are now?

The "Western Furry Fandom" could be abolished. I don't really understand how things got so bad. You'd think having a bunch of like-minded people together would be a good thing, but the amount of bizarre drama I notice posted around is baffling. Unsurprisingly, it's never because of furry as a concept, but because of someone that identifies as a furry gets into other unrelated drama. I wish more people would do things for the concept of furry instead of the other way around.

Well, I think that's all the important bits. Good thread OP.

>>93785

On one hand, I definitely agree, but on the other, I find it fascinating, and sometimes disturbing. I think it'd be much better if people didn't attach their identities to their fetishes, at least.


 No.93787

>>93786

Wall of text...the post.


 No.93788

>>93779

I'm only invested in the art since I love animal people.


 No.93797

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>>93779

>Why do you consider yourself a furry?

I don't

>What sort of aspects are you invested into?

>Art? Aesthetic? Narratives? Stories? Worldbuilding?

Come mostly for the lewds

>What makes you prefer anthropomorphic animals for these types of situations? Are there any instances where humans are preferred?

No idea, closest explanation to come to mind is that I like the "monster girl" aspect being more than just simple cosplay.

>What difficulties do you find in regards to being a furry?

The edge and poor quality of some creators.

>Do you wish some things were different than they are now?

Where to start...


 No.93798

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I maybe furry and maybe not

I want to be awesome furry in real life but I think being human and have a real furry animal as secret friend is not bad

"furry" in my meaning is real animal being not a human in fur suit

Maybe because I don't get attention enough from my family in childhood so I grow up with animal cartoon and games ?

I like humankind in macro picture but hate human as individual

however I don't want world of furry without human . because human factor is importance to make furry look special


 No.93804

File: 0c0f667734049c6⋯.jpg (109.48 KB, 406x364, 29:26, 0c0.jpg)

>Why are you a furry or Why do you consider yourself a furry?

I don't. The meaning of that label has never truly reflected why i'm interested in the content, so I never used it.

>What sort of aspects are you invested into? Art? Aesthetic? Narratives? Stories? Worldbuilding?

The porn, and to some degree (mostly kemono) the aesthetics and worldbuilding. Most western furries, especially nowadays, seem to focus heavily on the most boring aspects of modern reality, and end up just being a wish fulfillment fantasy with their "ideal me" mary sue fursona. Maybe with some fantasy elements thrown in, but in the end still just modern fantasy, same boring earth, same boring tech, same boring basic magic/possible sprinkles of unexplained future tech. Same goes with the character design, it's almost always just the bog standard "human body with animal head/tail". Kemono plays with the animal aspect far more, and I like it more because of that. Plus kemono's inherently more "cute", so that's a plus.

>What makes you prefer anthropomorphic animals for these types of situations? Are there any instances where humans are preferred?

Mostly just an interest in seeing how "different" a situation would play out when a non human does it, but that depends on how the artist themselves feels like tackling it, I guess.

>What difficulties do you find in regards to being a furry?

None, as I don't consider myself one.

>Do you wish some things were different than they are now?

I wish the main focus went back to making original content, worldbuilding, etc. Not making a fursona, making being a furry your "idenity", getting popular on social media, and treating art platforms like said social media. But most of all I want the freedom artists used to have back. Way back when, at least to my knowledge, there wasn't as much aggressive gatekeeping/harassing that went on in regards to what people draw as there is now, people just made content, and if you didn't like it, for the most part you just ignored it and focused on what you DO like. For me personally something like that doesn't matter, I couldn't care less about playing the popularity game, so i'll do as I please so long as the platform allows it, but I can't pretend every other artist has that approach. Most do care about their image, and don't wanna be harassed for what they draw, so they conform out of fear and handicap their creativity.


 No.93807

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>>93779

>Why are you a furry or Why do you consider yourself a furry?

I like the way anthropomorphic animals look.

They pretty much improve my opinion of almost anything's aesthetic instantly.

>What sort of aspects are you invested into?

>Art? Aesthetic? Narratives? Stories? Worldbuilding?

Pretty much all of it.

The art and visual mediums in general are always great.

Narratives are good too, especially stories that explore anthro bodies as foreign to the main character so they have a reason to focus on the physical and mental differences they notice.

>What makes you prefer anthropomorphic animals for these types of situations?

I dunno, can't really explain that any better than I could explain why green's my favorite color or 24 is my favorite number.

Sometimes you just like stuff because you do.

>Are there any instances where humans are preferred?

As a balance to the anthro aspect to avoid having the animal people act as stand-ins.

Having them be full on human replacements isn't the worst, but mixing the two is generally better.

>What difficulties do you find in regards to being a furry?

Ribbing from my friends on occasion.

That's about it.

Maybe slowing my progress in artistic improvement?

Since drawing humans is significantly less interesting to me, despite being so important.

>Do you wish some things were different than they are now?

I wish liking them and "being a furry" wasn't primarily seen as a fetish.

Why can't furfags be seen as giant nerds first, and perverted deviants second like weeaboos?


 No.93810

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>>93785

>furry board

>shitting on a discussion thread

And your problem is here instead of the over abundance of porn and degenerate content?

>>93786

I appreciate the feedback, your idea on furries offering a new perspective of being human is particularly interesting. Do the stories you write emphasize that as well?

As for the fandom, I made this thread almost solely because of the problems I have with the fandom itself. It seems there's not enough actual discussion and too much is spent on porn or likewise unproductive unnecessary aspects. There's just so much more to life I feel, much more than to waste time on porn.

>>93797

Would you wish for a furry world where it would be possible to meet and interact with "furry" women? How would you imagine it?

>>93798

What sort of animal would you want to be? What sorts of animals would be fun to be friends with?

I just use the term furry as an excuse to describe media or concepts I like involving animal characters, I think most identify with furry for the same reasons you listed.

Life can be kind of boring, so it's fun to imagine these sorts of different worlds.

>>93804

Ironically, I don't like the label furry or what else it reflects in most of the fandom, but I've never considered myself not a furry or have been able to stray away or shake myself from that description. I'm fine with the term furry because it highlights what sorts of stories or storytelling aspects I'm interested in.

Furry has been hijacked because not particularly anyone in the fandom is proactive. No one really knows how exercise creative control or self-restraint either, so those who do care about worldbuilding usually delve into the "weird" autistic side becoming similar to Sonic fans. But I've never cared for Furry to be mainstream or widely accepted either, it's a niche first and foremost. Notice how most other furries will be fans of Tolkien or other sorts of art and fantasy with Furry taking a backseat or an added bonus in addition to their typical interests. Most times with mainstream appeal, it'll happen that the animalistic characteristics aren't that important to the story or piece and it focuses on being a story first and foremost without caring much about the world or intricacies.

I can't really care when it comes down to artstyle like Kemono as long as the characters are portrayed as intelligent animals and not just humans with a different aesthetic. I agree, I like when it looks like the original animal just standing upright and maybe with hands.


 No.93814

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>>93779

Plainly, I consider myself a furry because I've at least marginally invested it as a portion of my identity. This doesn't mean I go around screaming about what a total furfag I am or make it outwardly apparent (in the same way I don't do so with my sexuality - I consider both something that no one really cares about and thus don't need to know until they care about it) but rather I acknowledge and embrace some of my personality and preferences is affected by my preference.

I think ultimately being a furry means it's part of your identity, regardless of if it's inwardly or outwardly expressed. A lot of people get caught up on this, I think, but ultimately it's a sub-culture much like, for example, punk - I can appreciate certain elements of punk (there's a lot of good punk music and the j-punk culture is very aesthetically pleasing) but it's not at all part of my identity, so I don't consider myself a punk. The same thing applies to furry, except I consider furry as the whole of anthropomorphic material - from Bugs Bunny to spirit animals to JasonAfex's tweenimations.

>What sort of aspects are you invested into?

The personification of animals is something I always enjoy. Even when I was a younger child, my favourite books used personification as a strong tool - An Incredible Journey (Homeward Bound), Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Warrior Cats. Almost every cartoon in some form or another had a personified animal as a mascot, and despite them frequently being comic relief they were the characters I found most enjoyable.

The furry porn is something I frequently find more appealing than real porn. If I had to rank a list, it would be Porn < Hentai < Yiff - and I can say it heavily relates to how I'm very much a demiromantic person. I can recognize someone for their relative beauty, but I fail to find sexual attractiveness in them until I develop rapport with them, at which point looks only matter so much. In drawn porn, the blatancy of fiction makes it much easier to skip the rapport part, especially when I'm just trying to get off.

Following up on both of those, the implicit stereotypes contribute greatly to my enjoyment. Animal symbolism - both good and bad - can be used or implied very heavily in a way that's shied away from in humans, and similarly the subversion of such symbolism or stereotypes can itself add a layer of intrigue. Rats and mice are considered filthy and unclean, but then you have Ratatouille with a rodent not only capable of cooking but by nature of working in a professional kitchen being somewhat of an OCD neatfreak. If you made the same story except with some homeless orphan, would it be even remotely as interesting a story? I certainly don't think so, but I'm sure there are people that think it would be. Zootopia is basically bringing forth a new generation of furries, but if you made that story with humans instead I think it would just be more boring drivel about racism and quickly forgotten. Some stories are carried by nature of anthropomorphic characters.


 No.93815

File: 7156f3d13301c09⋯.webm (15.49 MB, 640x360, 16:9, 7156f3d13301c092f6936d6ba….webm)

>What difficulties do you find in regards to being a furry?

>Do you wish some things were different than they are now?

Just start with >>93785 A lot of people, especially vocally on /fur/, sincerely believe that the only merit to furry is that it's a fetish, which is utterly discounting the SFW half of the fandom. There are a few users here which will decry furry as being yet another culture where your only value is how much money you can spend in the culture... How many commissions you can buy, or how expensive your fursuit is. While there is obviously the amount of people who willingly dump their money into the fandom for the prestige of it, I think this is ultimately wrong because its core is the consumption, creation, and appreciation of related media, and it has evolved widely enough to develop a social scene revolving entirely around that.

I think we're also experiencing a weird moment where furry is on the cusp of socially acceptable. Furry is on the cusp of being a normie thing. I consider this both good and bad - mostly good, as I rarely partake in the social aspects although I wish I had a small group to frequent with, but the bad that's going to take over is a very strong-arming of anything considered abnormal. A portion of the furry culture is already devoted to being extremely pro-trans, to the extent that it creates an enormous echo chamber, and I think as furry becomes more normalized that group is going to get more prolific. I don't know if I consider that good or bad. Gender dysphoria exists but I don't think body mutilation is the actual answer, and escapism into furry identity probably only furthers that ideal.

Main things I would like to change is for us to be much more supportive and inclusive of starting artists. Having a culture to devote yourself to is a good way to get into art, but half of everyone is too nice to tell people to study their basics, and the other half is either silent or tears it apart without providing any useful resources. We don't have much framework for stories, despite it being a hugely valid media form - and on the Western side we hardly even consider music as a potential medium. This is something I find the Eastern culture to be a bit more successful at, as their comiket and kemoket provide useful fronts for more than just the most popular of artists. All the music we have in the West is either barely tenuously furry (Wolfgun might be a furry, and it somewhat comes out in his music, but it's an extremely subtle undertone to the galactic emphasis) or overtly furry to the point of being a strictly bad song or straight up meme material (Paws to the Wall, No Cock Like Horse Cock). See attached Webm for one of my favourite KemoUTAUs.

>>93787

>Wall of text...the post.

TRY AGAIN NERD


 No.93816

>>93779

>Why are you a furry or Why do you consider yourself a furry?

Don't know why, all I know is that I prefer anthros to humans. I don't consider myself part of the community though.

>What sort of aspects are you invested into?

Alien anatomy.

>Art? Aesthetic? Narratives? Stories? Worldbuilding?

Yes.

>What makes you prefer anthropomorphic animals for these types of situations? Are there any instances where humans are preferred?

Because it's interesting to see how different creatures do things differently. Also lewds.

>What difficulties do you find in regards to being a furry?

None, becuase I don't make it a problem.

>Do you wish some things were different than they are now?

Roughly half of the community can go fuck itself for various reasons, that's why I stay away from it, apart from a few groups and individuals.

I'm here for the porn and friends.


 No.93817

>>93816

shut up wierdo


 No.93823

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>Why are you a furry or Why do you consider yourself a furry?

I'm a furry because I prefer non-primate anthropomorphic mammals aesthetically.

This preference leads me to anthro content, roleplay, etc, making me a furry.

If it makes sense, furry stuff is inherently more "comfy" than humans are.

>What sort of aspects are you invested into?

- Porn

- Interactive porn

- cute stuff

>Art? Aesthetic? Narratives? Stories? Worldbuilding?

I don't pretend that anthros offer anything short of a reskin or costume change to media otherwise centered around humans.

If you remade the classics, but with furry characters(without that aspect taking up the spotlight), it would simply add a +1 to my interest for silly reasons.

>What makes you prefer anthropomorphic animals for these types of situations? Are there any instances where humans are preferred?

I don't know, fuzzy stuff feels more friendly and approachable to me, maybe the same way pastel colors might to others.

A human could be preferred, if used to show the contrast of furry and non-furry aesthetics/dynamics.

>What difficulties do you find in regards to being a furry?

The sexual aspect is a pretty big component, and so in a puritanical culture, there's a need for me to conceal that portion as to not offend sensibilities.

At the same time, I wish to be genuine about myself with others. This starts as a divide of two personalities(furry/nonfurry), but becomes a divide of three (sexual furry/clean furry/nonfurry).

It's a really messy balancing act to know how to reveal only some of the picture.

The narrative of "the normal person" is that there is e a range of decisions, preferences, and experiences that is assumed to be healthy default.

An indivual then expects this range to be held as the default, and anyone outside of it is considered inferior for no other reason than violating their expectations.

Those deemed weird or deviant are then thrown into an outgroup, and are no longer trusted to genuinely explain who they are.

The outgroup's assigned identity is then curated by the assigner, cognitive bias usually selecting for negative associatings over positive ones.

By the process above, people with different definitions of normal unfairly judge one another and create hostility where none previously existed.

>Do you wish some things were different than they are now?

I'd appreciate the relaxation of certain mores and taboos regarding sexual deviance.

"Thought crimes" have no direct victims. The indirect victims are those harmed by disgust, and those harmed by the spread of information.

It would seem this will be an inevitable consequence of the babyboomer generation relinquishing control of society, so I feel content to just wait it out.


 No.93865

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>>93810

in 90s I want to be sonic lol

but in teenage I want to be white rabbit

> What sorts of animals would be fun to be friends with?

like Roger rabbit. or whatever

I think I create my imaginary furry friend by use innocent of real animal as base / no lies / no rude /innocent / honest etc. but well since I grow up I think ability to talk can lead them to corrupt mind. except they still talk with wired logics like creature in wonderland


 No.93896

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>>93810

>Would you wish for a furry world where it would be possible to meet and interact with "furry" women? How would you imagine it?

Honestly, for it to work, absolutely everything would have to be the same as it is in our universe right now. And, by then, what's really the point? Pretty counter-productive, isn't it?


 No.93920

>>93779

It turns me on... that's pretty much 90% of my interest in it. I would say I'm actually more of a transformation fan than I am a furry fan. I just love stories involving the characters changing forms (before during or after sex). But furry content does lend itself very well to that TF fetish, because it offers so many new forms to chose from.

But, even without the glorious fap-fuel, there are some interesting themes about anthropomorphics that I like. Mostly it's about making sci-fi and fantasy more interesting by utilizing more creative kind of non-human aliens. It's very tricky though, because the less human you make the creatures, the harder it is for the audience to empathize with them.


 No.93922

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>>93779

>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.

It's great.

>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.

>Do you wish some things were different than they are now?

Yes. See above. So much lack of imagination.

I swear, the majority of furries are just using it as a social clique, as a method to express themselves without actually making anything truly different or unique.

Truthfully, you probably could fix most my troubles by simply gassing the normies in the furry fandom.

Either way, I want more fantasy-esque animal races. I want to see pictures of crow people that aren't some big breasted human looking thing with a few feathers slapped on and a beak, literally just wearing regular run of the mill human clothes, with at best a hole cut out for wings.


 No.93931

>>93779

>Why are you a furry or Why do you consider yourself a furry?

Because I beat my meat to furry characters and genrally just like furry characters in games and anime.

>What sort of aspects are you invested into?

Lewds, the "kemono" aspect of things, and usually just the aesthetics

>What makes you prefer anthropomorphic animals for these types of situations? Are there any instances where humans are preferred?

In porn, because that's just what gets me hard. In general the exotic appearances and strange looks just are a selling point for me. For anime, it depends on the show. Sometimes a character is great but underutilized, like Erma, while other times you'd really just prefer them to fuck off. For games it all boils down to what I feel like playing.

>What difficulties do you find in regards to being a furry?

The GOD DAMNED FANBASE

I know this is hypocritical and don't care. The "Furry Fandom" or "furry community" is the most cancerous place that immediately comes to mind when I think of "Fanbases that are remarkably shitty". Never mind the fact that furry art is like a gold-mind because for some reason furries, myself included, like throwing away money on commissions. I can't think of any other fanbase where a 1000 YCH auction would be seen as acceptable by any party involved. Seriously I might like furry shit but at the same time I never want to meet another furry in real life. Unless we're drinking and doing something completely removed from furry.

>Do you wish some things were different than they are now?

For some reason there's been more positive spotlight on the "Lifestyler" aspect of this and while I wish people wouldn't consider furry a lifestyle at all I know that won't stop being a thing. I would very much prefer if furry stayed a thing on internet forums. Even conventions seem a bit much most of the time.


 No.93932

>>93807

>Why can't furfags be seen as giant nerds first, and perverted deviants second like weeaboos?

You can thank autism for that.


 No.93955

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>>93807

>Why can't furfags be seen as giant nerds first, and perverted deviants second like weeaboos?

Peoples' first impressions of "Furry" usually happens to be the more sexualized side of things, whereas people typically know about Anime or Tolkien-esque Fantasy beforehand when they're aware of those groups. Doesn't help that most people assume media with talking animals is intended for children, it's stigma within stigma. I'm interested to know if you have any ideas on how to fix this issue. As far as I'm concerned, Furries will always have these issues.

>>93814

>Plainly, I consider myself a furry because I've at least marginally invested it as a portion of my identity. This doesn't mean I go around screaming about what a total furfag I am or make it outwardly apparent (in the same way I don't do so with my sexuality - I consider both something that no one really cares about and thus don't need to know until they care about it) but rather I acknowledge and embrace some of my personality and preferences is affected by my preference.

Same thing as being gay I suppose. Being gay is fine, but I wouldn't prefer to only know someone for being gay. As with the same Furries should be known for being more than just Furries. It's like knowing someone's favorite color, it really shouldn't be all that important to the core of a person.

>>93815

Personally, having it be more socially acceptable would mean a higher audience to share your creations with and more scenarios for good art, but then there's also the fear of regulation and "normalification." I agree, it's a trade-off good bad situation. I'd say escapism is behind every fandom. Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Anime, etc, everyone wants to imagine life and events more interesting than their own. The problem comes down to what is healthy and unhealthy levels of escapism and how that influences someone's actions.

>>93816

>Alien anatomy

Alien meaning not necessarily human or similar to stereotypical space aliens?

>>93865

Do you ever write your own characters or stories? Despite Wonderland being as popular as it is, I feel very few people nowadays try to create similar situations or characters.

>>93922

I agree with a lot of the things you've presented. I absolutely love imagining how intelligent animals would adjust things in their world to suit them, build societies, interactions, etc. I love the animalistic shapes too, what's the point in animal variety if they don't look like the actual animal, right? What sorts of worldbuilding ideas do you have or have come up with?

I'm not so much of a romance or sexual kind of guy though.


 No.94078

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>>93955

Alien as in non-human, but some human features are at least desired, sapience most of all.




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