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Well before the web itself had been developed, Walt Disney and Warner Brothers created furries.
Let’s assume that the world wide web bred furry fandom can be an assumption that is easy make. It is definitely the presumption We made, despite operating by having an audience of scene kids and furries in Bush-era residential district Georgia. But furries—fans of anthropomorphic animals—go straight back both further rather than in terms of you might think.
In main-stream tradition, furry fandom is basically understood by a reputation well codified because of the 2003 CSI episode loathing and“Fur, ” which depicted all furries as sex-crazed fetishists utterly heedless of prosaic issues like dry cleansing bills. Even yet in geek culture in particular, furries stay a distinct segment among niches—and usually a convenient punching bag for geeks of most other stripes to express, “Well, at least I’m perhaps perhaps not like those weirdos. Continue reading