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#43 - I imagine doing something like this in the game, without mods.…  [+] (1 reply) 11/29/2015 on Fallout 4 Settlement Series... 0
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#50 - xedeid (11/29/2015) [-]
drop a bunch of weapons and then go into workshop mode and store all of them.
Get more room.
Keep building.
#8 - There's a point where a fetish stops becoming a fetish. I get …  [+] (9 replies) 11/29/2015 on Gay libertarian redneck... +16
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#32 - erotictentacle (11/29/2015) [-]
I went to an anime convention once and there were 3 furries there.
I almost respect how they are able to maintain their suits so clean and fluffy. Really, fur suits are weird as fuck to me, but dat maintenance determination....
#11 - anon (11/29/2015) [-]
Three points I want to express. First, this isn't in public. This is at a convention with other furries for other furries. Second, furry has never been just a fetish. Ever since furs started meeting online and calling themselves furries, its been about the art, the community, and yes the sex. Finally, most furries don't really care about our public image, we have each other and for many of us, that's enough.
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#21 - crazyeyedbioll (11/29/2015) [-]
"the art, the community" you mean the fetish for seeing everything as anthromorphic? I dont hate furries and some are even pretty cool but damn dude dont try and make it sound like a high culture or some shit
#18 - anon (11/29/2015) [-]
Except that's where you are wrong. Conventions are public and often have outside entrances where fursuiters still make themselves known on public sidewalks. Furry fetish is a very real thing, there are people that don't give a damn about the rest and just enjoy getting off to furry porn. Thirdly plenty of furries care about public image. I have known furries who will openly admit that they think fursuiters have ruined the community by portraying it as autistic people who don't know where to draw the line. Many furries are not ashamed of what they are into, and they have no reason to be, but they don't make a big deal about it and recognize that it may not be the best to share such information because of the prejudice surrounding the issue.

The furries that don't care about their image and want to make a point are the problem, they are as bad as the girls that dress like sluts with no tops and go to slut walks to make a point, or the homosexuals who go to gay pride parades wearing thongs and being as over-the-top gay as possible.

tl;dr: Fursuiters are a problem, they are fine in bedrooms and in real privacy, but the ones who go to conventions and yiff are a major cause of the discrimination.

There is as much pride in being a furry as there is in being homosexual, which is none. Most people are born that way and they should be considerate that some people are uncomfortable with the thoughts. They don't have to change because people disagree, but they should be aware and avoid causing issues.
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#9 - groulgarigon (11/29/2015) [-]
You think furries are trying to be taken seriously? ....I mean these guys are trying to sell a point so I guess these guys sort of are. BAD EXAMPLE!

We have normal clothes for when it's time for us to be serious. When I go to cons I expect to have fun, sell my art, get drunk, and touch dicks (For strictly artistic purposes!) What I don't expect to do is go there and not be entertained.

I'd explain the furry fandom like this. It's like that one special shirt you have that makes you feel like a kid again. It doesn't fit quite as well as it used to, the design is faded, and it's not what some would call a very mature shirt, but you wear it anyway because it makes you feel good!
#19 - anon (11/29/2015) [-]
Not quite sure what your point is, but not all furries want to broadcast this fursuit image. In fact most I have talked to are upset that furries can't keep it in their pants. I mean sure at conventions the lines blur, but the furries that yiff in conventions and yiff in public...
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#20 - groulgarigon (11/29/2015) [-]
My point is that people go to cons to have fun and fursuiting is a part of that fun. If some furries are ashamed then they can go be ashamed while the rest of us enjoy it~

And that whole having sex in public thing... never happens. The worst that has happened this year was at FC and they were promptly ostracized by the entirety of the furry community, because contrary to popular opinion we are able to tell the difference between good and bad. And you can bet your ass that will happen to anyone that does something like that in the furry fandom.
#16 - anon (11/29/2015) [-]
Sounds about right man.
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#17 - groulgarigon (11/29/2015) [-]
It's a comparison that's made sense to me so far. x)