Paul's Passing Thoughts

The Furry Fandom Part 10: With all Sects, Advocacy Supports All Behaviors Within

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on October 10, 2019

In reply to Paul M. Dohse Sr..
Everyone lives life by their own terms and beliefs in one way or another. Humans have collective and individual behaviors. We don’t accept every twisted desire. Even though we have no central authority we do police ourselves and remove people if they cross lines. Illegal and harmful behaviors. Why would I hate myself? What are you basing this on?
Like you seem to be taking something as stupid as furry very seriously and that’s why I find it funny. I honestly thought this was a parody site until my friend who reads your site told me otherwise. And of course, I would use an alternative identity online who would use their real name? Do you know how easy it is to steal an identity in this county? All it takes is knowing your first and last name and city of birth and boom SSN stolen. Because the last four digits are the only “unique” numbers on that small piece of paper. But that’s not the point. The point is furry is just a community of people with a similar interest. And that is why I asked if you are new to the internet.

In reply to Dubmutt.
Any cooperation with the collective supports and condones the individual behavior when sects are being considered. Ideology leads to action/behavior. And what “similar interest” are you speaking of? Pedophilia? (estimated in Fandom to be 20%). Zoophilia? (18%). Those who rape their pets? Or those who have sex with roadkill? Or, the LGBT community in general? Policing? Well, like you said, of course we don’t use our true identities on the internet. That’s why Kero the Wolf can’t be indicted for raping animals and then killing them and then posting the vids on the internet: he does it in his fursuit. But like you said, we all have our own collective and individual behaviors…sera, sera. Policing? You going to excommunicate Kero? he will merely switch to another Furry identity.

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  1. Dubmutt said, on October 10, 2019 at 3:09 PM

    The similar interest is interested in anthropomorphic animal characters its just another subculture like anime, gaming, cosplay,

    Where did you get 20% from? I tried looking for these numbers but I can’t seem to find it. Zoophilia I can see that but usually, with online polls, it’s hard to tell if someone is being honest. After all Mt. Dew found that out the hard way. (dub the dew)

    From looking at furry stats from convention data. 13-18% is the average however no reliable statistics exist on how many people engage in any of those behaviors in or out of the fandom. But researching the underbelly of society and the internet things like teen porn and older men wanting to date younger women and from talking to girls I know sexual crimes are a bigger problem then we want to admit. Let’s face it Christianity doesn’t have room to talk about sexual abuse. I was at a church when a pastor talked about it calling the ugly side of the church that needs to be addressed. Nothing will get done until people take it seriously. Many will just be moved or treated like its no big deal.

    I have seen furry and other fandoms and subcultures take these issues seriously these are not furry problems but social issues that need to be taken seriously. Ignoring problems makes things worse.

    Most people don’t use their real identity on the internet its just good security. However, even using a fake name online every app and website knows where you are and who you are. From your IP to your location if you have a smartphone it knows where you are and what store you are in. We kicked Josh (Kero) out. Even if he tried to switch he would be found out. He tried this during Anthrocon didn’t go well. Many people have tried and failed.

    As someone that has seen the depths of human depravity that would make satan think hell is too good. For safety and judging by the picture. Make sure your kids don’t use messaging apps and make sure you know who they are talking to.


    • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on October 11, 2019 at 1:42 PM

      Christianity is not church. And by what process would Kero get “kicked out?” And, RainFurrest 2015 didn’t have anything to do with the fact that it was a Furry convention?


      • Dubmutt said, on October 13, 2019 at 12:24 AM

        Chruch, the faith, Christianity, Christian. These terms usually mean the same with context church is usually the Christian house of worship like synagogue is Jewish.
        Because we said so he’s not welcomed back. Afterall furry is just a label. We, unlike Christians, don’t tolerate this type of behavior. RainFurrest was from what I’ve heard a party convention. That got out of hand and maybe was intentionally sabotaged. It would not be the first time someone tried. Plus there are 50-100 conventions a year all around the world. So some having issues is to be expected. Especially at party conventions.


      • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on October 13, 2019 at 1:05 PM

        You don’t know what you are talking about; church doesn’t happen for almost 300 years after the advent of Christianity. And church couldn’t hold a candle for the decadence of Fandom which is very well documented. Nor does church define such decadence in its own dictionary. Don’t you have some Plushies to attend to?


      • Dubmutt said, on October 13, 2019 at 3:48 PM

        What? The building down the street what is that called? You make no sense nothing you talk about makes sense.

        “And church couldn’t hold a candle for the decadence of Fandom” Oh my dude the church as done fare worse than anything the fandom could ever do. Christianity protects pedophiles and moves them around this is a documented fact. Furry and other fandom has done more to protect victims of sexual abuse than the church.

        Don’t you have some Plushies to attend to? That is weak my boy I have been respectful and you come saying this? That is just petty. I didn’t even mention the two sex slaves on your profile… I’m guessing since every day a pastor is arrested for sexual abuse. After all, broad brush my boy.

        So I have adress the issues of the fandom but can you address the worse issues Christianity has? You seem to always ignore it when brought up.


      • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on October 13, 2019 at 9:28 PM

        Address church issues? I wrote the book on it skippy. If you read it, you will be brought up to speed on the fact that church is not Christianity. I explain in detail why evil takes place in the church.


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