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When did YOU choose to be a furry??

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« on: April 01, 2014, 06:11:48 am »

I know why this has happened, so I'm not gonna say it. But yes, Steel will be fixing things on his own tonight or tomorrow.

Legit? I was 13. Granted, I'm not the most active in the fandom xD

I chose to be one maybe when I was 12 years old (in doggy years, of course :3)

I always loved when me and my dog got further than her just sniffing my crotch... x3

So, otherkin, when did you become a furry? :3
EDIT: Also, wanted to say a few things.

1. Furries in general hate people who abuse animals, or people who have sex with them. Yes, there a few freaks out there, but you can find them in any fandom if you look. On your average furry forum/site (provided you don't go onto some sort of porn site), the conversations are pretty...normal. xD
2. Otherkin and furries are two different animals. Furries are, by definition, people who are fans of anthropomorphic critters. Otherkin, however, truly believe that they are an animal or anthropomorphic creature trapped in a human body (sort of like a transgendered person, except with species). Otherkin can also believe that they are something that is not real (think a dragon, a faerie, etc). Otherkin can be furry, but not all furries are otherkin (in fact, most aren't- they're considered freaks).

So in summary- otherkin are batshit crazy, there is no real healthy way to be an otherkin. On the other hand, furry can be a hobby just like any other interest (very few people are what we call "lifestylers", which are people who go way overboard and take the fandom way too seriously- most furries just have a general interest and don't alter their lives/habits for the fandom).

Sorry, I just wanted to clear this up. I know this is a joke, but as a furry, I wanted to provide the truth of the matter as well. :3
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