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blindstitic Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
so many butthurts its a fucking stamp
this is why people hate you guys (the furries) because your such butthurts and you sexualize animals
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Rorrx Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
ok, I don't give a fuck
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Dangeryena Featured By Owner Edited Jul 9, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I guess how I see it is:

A furry is someone a part of the furry fandom, & fandoms are just giant fanclubs. You can't tell someone they're a member of a club if they're not. Even if they like something or things similar to it, you can't point at someone & say they are a member of something if they are not.

I personally don't want to be grouped with the negativity surrounding the furry fandom (though it's unwarranted) because I don't want incorrect assumptions to be made. I don't even really like anthros, I just like regular ol' animals, sometimes with a fantasy twist. The label doesn't even fit me; I don't like anthros, have no interest in fursuiting, & I don't participate in furry communities.

Even if someone is interested in the same things most furries are, they shouldn't be forced to be associated with the fandom if they don't want to, the same as people can do with any other fandom. I don't know why the furry fandom is treated any differently. You can't shove someone into a fanclub; it's especially unfair to do so for a fanclub with a god-awful reputation.
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is what a furry who is ashamed of being a furry would say. And that is just sad.
If you draw animals with human traits, you ARE a furry. Because this is exactly what the fandom is based off of. Just because you don't like the porn or yiff stuff doesn't mean you're not a furry, because not all furries are into the porn and yiff stuff and that is A-okay. You can be a furry without being into that stuff.
Obvious furries who say they're not a furry is just a bullshit statement. If you looked into my gallery and I refuse to believe I'm a furry, would you believe me? You'd have to be downright ignorant to believe that shit.
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VixenDra Featured By Owner Edited Dec 9, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
By your logic ancient Egyptians were furries for having anthropomorphic animals as gods, and this is a riddiculus thing to say xD Same with children (for enjoying cartoons not excluding those with anthro animals in), animal fable writers or readers (Orwell's "Animal Farm" and plenty of others greet you here), team/brand/whatever mascot actors (plenty of them are animals, anthro animals to be precise)  etc.

If you identify yourself as a furry it's all fine until you start making non-furries this stamp was made for do the same... Because this is VERY wrong and you're indeed trying to do that here... Just because it worked for you, doesn't mean it would for other non-furry anthro artists/enthusiasts.


As for me in particular, believe me, I DID check if I'm a furry, I mean I explored the subculture(!) long and deep enough to know I definitely don't belong...
I also know how it is to belong to some fandom/society, I was very strongly invovled in it (until sth changed about it too drastically) and I don't even feel quarter of this about furry subculture and a subculture is a much greater deal than a simple fandom(and mine was pretty specific, including the looks)... And believe me, I was not ashamed of the thing this fandom was commonly laughed at/disliked about! Because >I< liked that anyway and didn't care what others think about it, I was proud to be who I was and manifested it.
So I feel amused being ever called "X in denial"Rolleyes  especially as with furries it's all about online people having an possible opinion about me, and with my late fandom it was mostly about irl people around me having an opinion about me Rolleyes So really..
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Also my previous fandom always had a porn zone too :rolleyes: and it was also not socially accepten because it was about incest between siblings Rolleyes  Yet I still wouldn't care what people around me thought of me and my fandom:) each fandom/subculture/and the sort has some pornzones:P So it's funny only furry subculture is accused of having members 'in denial' merely for its porn xD]

So I'm 'terribly sorry' for spoiling your kind of furry mission on "furrying" everyone:P I know very well how many of furries can be desperate for imposing their subculture on everyone by expanding its definitions to the riddiculus^^
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I honestly don't care what you are, so all of that typing was quite pointless.
Yes, on the standards of today, if the ancient Egyptians somehow existed and created their animal gods at this point they would be called furries. But they are long gone, so there is another pointless subject you had to bring up. Are you really going to let this become so hard for yourself?

Don't say sorry when you don't really mean it, picking up a sour attitude of sarcasm does not help move your point to make sense. It isn't just my mission for the fandom, or as you specify it, my "furrying" mission, that I like to track down false facts and correct them. I do this to anyone who lacks any logic whatsoever.

The "I am not a furry because I don't dress up in costumes, draw porn, etc etc" mentality is beyond false, while it may be a personal opinion, it isn't fact. That would be like a platypus calling itself bird all because it has a beak, and refusing to accept itself as an mammal all because it doesn't suit its personal desire. Even though it obviously has far more mammal traits than bird traits. Very bad logic, and there isn't even any. It is just a personal preference that not everyone else has to follow, and it is very shameful for its own species.

Mostly I show great disgust towards this kind of opinion is because it makes the fandom look far worst than it already does. Just like if I insulted and categorized your own fandom based on stereotypes that would degrade the fans. You would probably jump to their defense and your own, and correct me with facts. And I bet you can imagine how annoying and tiresome the "eww, u drew a dogman which means your a furry that fucks dogs" comments can become. So I can't really help but get a little defensive on the topic.

Anyway, I will feel some sort of respect towards you since you have shown to not be one of those people...at least somewhat. No personal feelings, just commenting opinions as I see fit.
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VixenDra Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Typing this all was pointless to the point that your response is even longer than my typing xD

Which only proves furries don't have any right to claim they monopolised anthros(which they seem to do to non-furry anthro enthusiasts/etc. when not provided with examples from history), which would be even worse if they claimed ancient Egyptians and anyne who has anything to do with anthro animals were furres... Anthro animals are part of general human culture(various societies, timeframes etc.), furry subculture is just one of cultural phenomena that use the device of anthropomorphisation and using it on animals(btw right now a fursona can be not necessaorly anhro nor animal:) I've seen e.g. plane fursonas on FA:D Not to mention the long-popular feral fursonas).
It's not a pointless thing to mention, ancient Eguptians and other cultural phenomena that made use of anthropomorphisation of animals long before furry subculture was invented is the key matter in discussing furry vs non-furry. IF furries were the first and only cultural movement that INVENTED anthropomorphisation of animals, this whole argument would need to take a whole different course, and only then we would have spoken about anthro(animal)=furry but in fact, because of the way the history actually went, we mustn't put an equation sign between the two because it's as false as 1+1=-99.(4). Please, don't try to remove the significance of some fact just to prove your point and belief... :) It IS significant that anthro animals were used way before furry was born.


In here it had some function though...
"I like to track down false facts and correct them. I do this to anyone who lacks any logic whatsoever." the funniest thing is that's it's exactly my reason for writing my previous message and this one:) Just exept for the 'false facts' as there is no such thing as a false fact:) this phrase is an oxymoron, you meant 'false opinions', and so did I.


"""I am not a furry because I don't dress up in costumes, draw porn, etc etc"" Please, don't put in my mouth things that I've never written(if that's what you did here, I'm not sure because I'm multitasking right now). It's not my way of thinking. None of those traits are furry-exclusive anyway.
Well, using your example of a platypus, it's actually the other way around with this one, with most of us non-furry anthro enthusiasts/fans/users/etc. , it's that we're platypuses(non-furry antho enthusiasts etc.) and we say we're mammals(non-furries) we are, and it's the birds(furries) who try to make us convinced we're birds just because we look somehow like them for having beaks and layign eggs(show anthro interest e.g via art). It's all about the appearances, all those false claimings that a non-furry is one - because you look at them and think they are furries/birds wthough having an in-depth look on the inside - in the inside, they're not what they look like to you.
But if you want to show the furry - non-furry problem in depth, it's still an identity (sth a platypus doesn't have anyway). That's how subcultures work. Just look at punks for example. A mohawk doesn't make a punk, there's much more to it and there are quite many non-punks who had a mohawk and not all punks wore a mohawk. Beink a punk/furry is their idenity, a huge part of their lives and of wo they are. Nobody is born a furry or a punk in opposite to a platypus, so, well, the comparison wasn't full and suited ony a single aspect of the phenomenon anyway. But you still used it all wrong...  Platypuses actually are often mistaken for birds by those who don't know enough about them. Beaks and eggs are a common set of traits associated with birds, it's not even the ability to fly which quite a few of birds don't posess. Also I don't think a platypus would even claim to be a bird(if it could) xD They actually don't care how humans classify them they know better what they are in their own animal ways. I'm sorry to say that you're speaking about logic but you don't have any yourself^^;

It's the furry subcluture who earn the opinion about themselves. If they made their porn so exposed, now plenty of people perceive them though it. Fandoms and subcultures are always judged by their loudest members and the idiots:) My fandom was always perceived through the male leader looking like a girl, claimed to be gay or/and trans by others(while he claimed to be hetero and cisgender-male) wearing strange haircuts and strong makeup, singing in German, being young but very popular etc. And the fans often dressed similarly too, we were also claimed to be histeric fanatic fangirls wanting to get laid by some of the band members because this was the appearance many of the loudest and stupidest fans were showing. The fandom's porn never was so widespread though so it's not what this fandom was associated with, while furries exposed their porn and fursuiting like members of my fandom exposed the obsessed fangirl image and the leader the 'trans gay weirdo looking like if he had put his finger in a toaster'. there were probably many other but I never cared about the haters much, I always preffered to attempt to educate them(but those usually refuse to be educated). But the ignorant people will always reduce a fandom/subculture to it's most widely laughed at/carrucaturized traits - stereotypes. And if you're not willing to be an ingnorant like them, then don't assume all non-furry anthro anthusiasts are "furries-in-denial"... because it's also a stereotype just like the 'furries are all about porn'. Just because you maybe met a few furries ashamed of the ignorant image of what furry is and who are/were lying they're not furries while in fact they identify as ones but don't admit it openly.
When you claim that everyone who has sth to do with antho animals is automatically a furry, you're actually exactly like the "eww, u drew a dogman which means your a furry that fucks dogs" peeps... I hope that one day you'll actually see that on your own.

Well, yes, I jumped in and correted you with facts in general:P

Hm, but I'm glad to hear the last, I wouldn't expect that at all though yes, I'm not like those you thought of. I'm just not sure why you seemed to contradict everything.
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
"Don't judge a book by its cover", is basically what your entire argument is saying. That kind of logic has many flaws within itself, and here is why.
Yes, people have much depth to them as to what builds their character and what influences them to be who they are. I am going to be metaphorical again, and put that saying into more context. Not judging a book by its cover, or in this case not judging a person to how they dress, is like telling a person to never trust their vision. It is like telling a person to never use their vision, and to only open it to what the others want them to see.
The cover of the book is what attracts people to the book itself. When you look at a book about Harry Potter, you know well what that book is going to be about. It is no doubt going to be about Harry Potter, sure there are other characters here and there, but the cover is true. What your argument is saying for the most part "don't judge a book by its cover", is like you telling me that the cover with Harry Potter on it is wrong, and the book might be about something else entirely. This is highly unlikely. This same logic can be applied to people.

What you are saying is not entirely wrong, but like I said before, it has its own fair share of flaws. Not all people wearing Mohawks are punks, sure. But if a guy just randomly chooses to wear a mohawk, he clearly wants more recognition to his presence, but in an edgy way. Edgy, meaning a very assertive, crazy, and unique way (not always looking nice). That is exactly how punks like express themselves, when they do want to express themselves. It's part of their subculture. Not every punk dyes their hair bright colors and styles it to look insane, and some punks might be Gothic and wear no bright colors at all. But every person you see who identifies to be punk will have three or more similarities to each other. A guy that looks like any other boring person listening to punk means that he is showing interest in it, therefore he is a punk. A person showing interest in a subculture, or even if it is one interest, becomes part of that subculture. It is not that hard to understand. He doesn't have to be loud and extravagant like the others about it, but that interest is still there. If he truly did not identify as punk, he would have to show no interest in it period.

You are speaking from your own personal point of view, with the classic "I can be whatever I want and no one can put labels on me" excuse. When in fact, people put labels on each other every day. And much of the time, they are right. It isn't hard to look at the cover of a book, and analyze what it is most likely about. Even if the cover just had a picture of the moon on it, you would still assume it is about the moon; you open the pages and you see other planets involved, but the moon is still involved within the pages so you would not be wrong about your assumption. The same can be said to people; there are many other interests within a person, but the interest in anthro animals is still there.

I find it funny how you specify that I am just like the haters. I'm sure I have established that I am against the stereotypes. Me stating that furries are people that have any interest in walking and talking animals is far from being similar to the claims of false stereotypes, such as saying furries are people that fuck animals, dress in costumes, etc etc. I don't see why or how your brain came up with that analogy. It's like comparing wood to ice cream as to what melts in heat; it's a bizarre claim that makes absolutely no sense.
You seem to be contradicting things yourself, perhaps you should check yourself on that.
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VixenDra Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
There are plenty of misleading covers, if only was I more into books I'd remember some samples:P idk, I woulnd't know it's about some glittering vampires: stepheniemeyer.com/wp-content/… I'd rather expect a story of some balley dancer or florist, in either of those 2 zones. Also, I never liked HP covers (those I've known, to me they're ugly and not inviting) yet I really enjoy the books.
Well, I bet that if you looked at me irl you wouldn't know I'm an artist, represent myself as a shapeshifter, like some computer games and would like to dress up as Ciri or Triss from The Witcher 3(also having the face), that I want all them reptiles and am lazy as hell, and prefer animated and fantasy movies over soap operas and boring realistic stories but still enoy watching silly para-documental everyday scandal programs and that I'm from Poland and hate the current government and am an agnostic and would like to get some great expensive-quality art and I have arachnophobia and like rock music mostly. I'm also an INTP. My own father knows only about half of these and that's just because I either let him know or he was spying my previous art account in a Polish version of DA. And these are not secrets and I can be overly talkative, and these still don't define me in full, leaving plenty of loops. You'd need to spend quite a while of a private time with me, more than my father. You wouldn't guess these from mere staring at me, interaction is REQUIRED to know a person. Don't judge a book by its cover is very true in fact. While it MAY tell you SOME things, it can be not only lacking but even misleading.
When I was in that fandom I mentoned, you would misjudge me looking at me and my looks either. (the fan look was not exclusive to that fandom, also the look of that fandom was fluid)
You're who you are.

" A person showing interest in a subculture, or even if it is one interest, becomes part of that subculture. : Silliest thing ever:P So, if I'm a theologist I'm a Christian Jew Muslim [*insert all existing religions here *] Buddhist at once? Theologists show interest in all the religions (well, theoretically in all)... but it doesn't make them belong to all these religions at once... Idk, are you so uninterested of things in the world that you think that all those you bless with your interest are automatically making you belong to all these cultures etc.? Also what would you say about anti-fans? They're VERY interested in the thing, enough to waste their time invading fansites etc. they are somehow interested so that they can hate on the thing. It doesn't mean they belong to that fandom, the fandom kicks them out. If an anti-fan heard your opinion they'd get ultra-offended fo ryou telling them they belong to the fandom of the thing they hate so much. I also found myself educating myself on some things I dislike, disdain or even hate so that I can reassure myself I hate them indeed for a reason. If I'm interested in Christians and Atheists at once, what am I? :)  If I show interest in two contradicting subcultures, what am I? Really, people show interest in things for various reasons... I showed interest in furry subculture to not be ignorant, righ tnow I'm still showing it so that when I say I'm not a furry and get argued about it I can have facts behind me, not some made-up superstitions. Plenty of people are interested in wide range of things, and some are closed in their own worlds mostly (as much as possible).
If now I showed interest into the punk subculture, for the sake of this dicussion so I'm not dwelling in the darkness, you say it would make me a punk... which is riddiculus^^;

You split the same thing in 2, let me direct you back to my first 'paragraph' for the book covers.
People put labels but no, they are often wrong in fact. They are ture only to the labbeler's mind, in reality they're just in their own minds and hte object of the label is still who/what it was before the labbeler put a label on them. Just because when you see a female with a belly you put a label 'pregnant' doesn't mean there's a fetus developing in her belly, this particular female has a tumor in her abdomen. And she may even have a penis. You see someone fat, you label them as 'they eat too much junk', but in fact that someone is taking some fattening medicine and eating tiny healthy meals. And the person you and plenty others label 'a woman' is a man... www.youtube.com/watch?v=yD94CV…
Flaws, flaws, flaws...

You're this level of stereotypical in telling me I'm a furry because "have any interest in walking and talking animals" :)
I seem to be contradicting myself because I'n an INTP, I'm able to take the same thing from various perspectives and allowing both sides to coexist - but if I ever make a strong judgement and take a side, it's firm:)
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're still using that same argument, even though I just pointed out its flaws. You've been doing it over and over again, so it's obvious that your mind will not change, and neither will mine.

Your personal point of view don't destroy the true definitions of something.

"Also what would you say about anti-fans? They're VERY interested in the thing, enough to waste their time invading fansites etc. they are somehow interested so that they can hate on the thing. It doesn't mean they belong to that fandom, the fandom kicks them out. If an anti-fan heard your opinion they'd get ultra-offended fo ryou telling them they belong to the fandom of the thing they hate so much."

They obviously show interest in hating furries specifically. People that are furries admire walking and talking animals. Notice the difference between hating and admiring? I mean come on, I should not have to explain this to you.

"Just because when you see a female with a belly you put a label 'pregnant' doesn't mean there's a fetus developing in her belly, this particular female has a tumor in her abdomen. And she may even have a penis. You see someone fat, you label them as 'they eat too much junk', but in fact that someone is taking some fattening medicine and eating tiny healthy meals. And the person you and plenty others label 'a woman' is a man... " - your petty example.

If I give her the label of being overall fat, would I still be wrong for putting a label on her...him..it? Because apparently she has a penis...him...it? No, because that is what she...I'm just going to refer her to she...is. I wouldn't call it out in public to be rude, but that would be her physical shape and just how she looks to me and everyone else. Sure, there are multiple reasons for people to be fat, but she is still overall fat. It doesn't matter what it is that makes her fat, she is still fat. That example does not prove your point to be right. Oh, but I'm the only one with flaws? Alright darling, believe in whatever you want to believe in. But what you believe is not always right, especially in this case.

So if we're going to use absurd examples now, allow me to speak mine, and apply it to your logic. A person salutes Hitler; they show it by bringing him up a lot, and admiring what he did, etc etc. Now, I call him a Nazi, but let's say that this person refuses to be labeled as such because it is a "bad word". And yet they salute and admire Hitler. But he thinks he isn't a Nazi. By your logic, I should not be able to label him a Nazi because he has "a much more in-depth character" than that. Maybe he is a pianist, a biologist, a teacher, because apparently I don't know enough about him even though he is obviously showing interest in nazism. I expect you to say no to this, given that Nazis were evil and as I am using a pretty extreme example. But this example applies to *your* logic and how you think people should be given labels.

Also about that commercial, they looked okay but would be much better with a bit more muscle on 'em.
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VixenDra Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, there is a dtrong unified definition of a Nazi, there is no strong, unified and official definition of a furry. Also, more importantly, a political movement/ideology shouldn't really be compared to a subculture or fandom. Nazi is not an identity as far as I see, it's an ideology, what's the ideology behind furry or a band's fandom? A Nazi is way more similar to another Nazi than a furry is similar to another furry... Nazi is much more definied, narrower term, furry is very broad and fluid (you seem to believe it is even broader than it really is...). If you're a furry you should realise that furry is not about ideology but identity, community and so on...(true) Nazis are about ideology while furries have none... to be a furry you can be of any ideology you want, to be a nazi you need to be of the nazi ideology.

Well, people who's mental gender doesn't match their biological sex will strongly argue against your views on idenitiy-related labels.

Oh, see? Now you respect this Adrej Pe(sth)ic may not idenity as what you may label him(I'm reffering to his sex not gender here, I don't assume his sex, I know his sex is male) so you avoided putting a label on Andrej. Why can't you respect a non-furry anthro enthusiast's identity as well?

Nah, I'm just mostly messing with your argumentation:P I'm writing just for the sake of writing because, surprise, I'm a student of English department in a Polish university and that's the only way I can learn to cope with the language - via USING IT :P (my classes aren't sufficient sadly...) You've seen my replies were walls of text. When I'm discussing or arguing there's much more I can write than while agreeing or complementing :P But right now I got tired an dbored of the topic, especially as it brings nothing. You refuse to get convinced, I know better who I am and who I am not, so well, aside of me having an opportunity for language use it's fruitless and pointless:P
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dergenn Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Lol by that same logic that also means that every single person who partook in animating disney characters are also furries xD 

It is entirely possible to draw anthropomorphic animals and not be part of the fandom or any of its culture or community :u 
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Not exactly, because not all Disney characters are anthromorphic characters. But that would be true, even if the term didn't exist back then.
So by your logic your saying that even though an individual draws and shows interest in anthromorphic characters, they are not furry, even though that is entirely what the Fandom was originally created for.
False.
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dergenn Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
To each his own, my dude

In my past experience with the fandom I have not found a single definition that truly describes what it is, that's just my take on it.
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I suppose. If those are your views, then so be it. Disagreement is not an attempt to silence someone.
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dergenn Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
In any case
This did make my day so I gotta thank you for that one

But I am curious; where does the border between being a furry and a cartoon artist start?
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's all it takes to make your day? Someone saying the truth? Well I'm glad I could help you out :)
If you draw anthro, you're a furry. Anthro is what a furry is interested in, and if you draw it, you are clearly showing interest. Simple and yet you still don't get it.
Why are you so incline to shame furries?
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dergenn Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
No I just found it funny lmao

I was a furry for about six or seven years and had the same viewpoint as you but after I really got into it I saw how wierd people actually were, and I no longer wanted to associate with them so I quit.
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DefectiveStudios Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016  Student Digital Artist
I may draw anthro animals, but I'm not a furry. But that does not mean I hate them, hell one of my friends from summer school is a furry.
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That makes no sense. Because a furry is someone who draws anthro animals. Do you say this because you are ashamed of being a furry? Because you think being a furry means being involved with porn and yiff? 
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DefectiveStudios Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2016  Student Digital Artist
So just because I draw anthro sonic pictures and watch cartoons that contain said anthro characters, that automatically makes me a furry? Am I also a furry since I play "furry" games or games that include "furry" characters, like Sonic, Crash Bandicoot, Freedom Planet, Ratchet and Clank, and Sly Cooper? No.

I have nothing against furries but I do not count myself as one.
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Lol wtf kind of logic is this? Oh wait, it isn't logic. 
Yes, if you are IN ANY WAY involved in anything furry, or bare any type of interest in it, you're a furry. If you REALLY don't like furries and don't consider yourself to be one, just stop getting involved in furry stuff, period. It's that simple. Because you clearly have something against furries, why else would you be so ashamed to call yourself one?
You can be a furry without getting involved into the weird stuff, you know. You don't have to be an attention-fur to be considered part of the fandom. 
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DefectiveStudios Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2016  Student Digital Artist
You are not the judge of me, buddy. I'm not a furry even though I draw anthro characters. And NO, I don't hate furries. Hell, I have a friend or two who are.

No please go on your way before you end up losing a war you're already losing. XD
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nope. Sorry, you're a furry. And I don't think a judge of any kind needs to clarify that in order for it to be true. 

And I never though of this as a war? If anyone is losing, it's you because you can't accept facts and you're logic makes as good of sense as a pile of cow crap. 
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DefectiveStudios Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Hey, I don't attend furry cons, I don't dress up in furry suits. You are not one to judge me, alright? Just drop it.
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SadisticLoser Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2016
I like drawing anthropomorphic animals, and regular animals, but I refuse to associate myself with the furry fandom, because for fucks sake, there are some total lunatics in that fandom!
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atrociiious Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016
AGREED
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Edited Jun 8, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
So you're saying you are not part of the fandom because you think the fandom is full of nothing but sexual deviants and 'lunatics'? Because you can be part of the fandom, but not be a sexual deviant or lunatic, and you clearly think otherwise. 
So, you've basically insulted those who view themselves to be part of the fandom, classifying them to be 'lunatics'. Even if some people are clearly not into the porn or yiff.
Either you are a furry (which is obviously someone who draws or bares any interest in anthro animals) or you're not. The way you put it makes no sense and, in a way, insults many members of the fandom. You are clearly ashamed to be a furry, and you're ashamed for a stupid and rude reason.
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SadisticLoser Featured By Owner Edited Jun 8, 2016
Someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed today lmao


Why so defensive? Nothin' I typed should be offensive enough to warrant a lecture like that unless you're one of those lunatics or sexual deviants.
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Not really, I just like to question a person's strange sense of logic. 
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SadisticLoser Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2016
:^) sure thing buddy you do you
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Lol not even gonna try to back yourself up and prove me wrong. 
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SadisticLoser Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2016
Lmao what a furry is is as subjective as what normal is so why even try?

You're only gonna tell me I'm wrong no matter what I say :^)
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AncientWolfSpirit Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sure didn't seem like you were saying that at first. 
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lemonlicious Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2015
yiffmaster9000
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Deer-dog Featured By Owner Edited Feb 5, 2016  Student Digital Artist
omfg new skype name tbh
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artsysketches Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2015  Student Digital Artist
that's something a fucking furry would say
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Pastel-Demon-Prince Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
They just keep getting craftier...
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milkywaymoon Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2015  Student Artist
I'm a furry, just not attracted to animals like many think
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artsysketches Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2015  Student Digital Artist
u sure m80
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milkywaymoon Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2015  Student Artist
yeah furry just means you like to draw anthropomorphic animals not that you're attracted to them O-o
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artsysketches Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2015  Student Digital Artist
u suuuuuuuuuuuure m80
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Ronerk Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Not sure if troll or uninformed/ignorant.
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milkywaymoon Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2015  Student Artist
yep
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PixelCloud-Art Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
#fuckfurries
except for you, you're the furry that doesn't masterbate to foxes on 2 legs
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ZillDrake42 Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2016  Student General Artist
Mkay then. So is that a pony as your pic?
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Djfireeagle Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
...Not all furries do that that it just stereotypical furries do, which haters made up so that no one becomes one.
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Corporal-Yakob Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2015
"I am not a Furry, I just furiously masterbate to the art on a regular basis and then cry myself to sleep every night."

Not that I'm speaking from personal experience or anything. :paranoid:
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TRlCKED Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2015
yes you are
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theredknight100 Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2015
Im sore of a furry since I like the anthro artworks and cartoon animals I even think im one sometimes I know that the fandom has an bad  reputation since with the yiff and sex but I see most of the fandom is not about that its about art and meeting new people yes thare are weird furries out thare but thare are also good ones too
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