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Weekend Furry Frenzy: Paul Dohse is a Bad Guy

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on January 13, 2020

Fandom Cover 1So, I got an email from some Furry guy (maybe a guy, who really knows?) over the weekend from Ireland (again, who really knows?). The Furry, as they proclaim themselves, “subculture” is fighting back against my “slander” and “he” pointed me to several links and even a video. Through all of this, and following the links to other online links, I am very surprised to find the degree of effort to discredit me.

Yes, I have been exposed. I am a “Calvinist pastor” with multiple criminal records. Who knew? I am also a religious Fundamentalist as well. Apparently, a Furry listed many of my articles on an anti-fundi website so I could be tagged with the label in their referencing. I have also been falsely identified with an online identity/handle/avatar that is featured in the video being assassinated at point blank range with an assault rifle. And, where I live was supplied in the video via google maps. Sweet bunch.

Nevertheless, like all of these correspondences, they are a treasure trove of information and data. I am being accused of characterizing Furries based on a “minority” that is aggressively excommunicated from the community, because, you know, they are really a good community that contributes to many good causes.  In article number twelve I outline the various bizarre fetishes that are commonplace in the Fandom (and even part of their official dictionary) and their outcry against those who criticize such behavior calling them “bigots.” It is the only video I have done in the series and discredited because I was apparently “drunk” when I did it. Don’t tell Susan I have been drinking. So, let’s sum up: I am a Calvinist fundamentalist pastor alcoholic with multiple criminal records. It hurts really bad to be judged by those who partake in fetishes like “crinkling.” What’s that? Well, animals don’t use a bathroom, so instead, since the animal is part human, wears a Depends and puts it to use. At one conference they disposed of the used Depends on car windshields.

However, they apparently draw the line somewhere. Interesting. It is also interesting that Furries can be excluded from the community when it is made up of those with factitious identities 100%. The so-called excommunicated can merely re-assimilate with a different identity and they do often. Furthermore, I have plenty of reasons to believe their only sin is getting caught.

The emailer also denied that the Fandom is a sex-driven cult. Then, per the normal, one of the fursuiters who contributed to the video is introduced in a sexually provocative manner. This is a fact: the sect is obsessed with sex in all varieties imaginable and then some.

You know my method of research. I collect the data, and build that data on the foundation of the definitive. What do I know definitively about this sect? First, I agree with them, it is a “subculture.” But please note; on the other hand, they claim to be a harmless fandom of the hobby sort. That’s clearly a contradiction. The Corvette Club is not a subculture.

Secondly, they are of a contra normative reality worldview based on anthropomorphism.

Thirdly, it is all but totally sex-driven.

Fourthly, the sect (another term for subculture) has demonstrable tendencies towards violence.

Fifth, participants are primarily narcissistic, and secondarily defined by bi-polar mental illnesses. The studies that concluded this will be cited in the book.

Sixth, the sect is dominated by the socially awkward.

Seventh, Peter Pan Syndrome is also prevalent within the sect.

Eighth, they zealously evangelize children.

Ninth, the sect is huge in regard to numbers and worldwide.

Tenth, criminal activity within the sect is disproportionate to the norm.

Eleventh, overall, little is known about the sect because of its laborious efforts towards secrecy.

And twelve, pedophilia is rampant and well documented.

lastly, what is the objective of the book? First, and foremost, to educate children advocates in all fields. Secondly, to educate parents.




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  1. johnimmel said, on January 13, 2020 at 11:41 AM

    LOL . . . And I thought I knew you so well. LOL . . . but I must confess paul I really didn’t/don’t understand your articles on this whole deleo. I read some of the articles and couldn’t tell if it was an obscure metaphor. Of all the stub movements in american culture I’m hard pressed to see this group of people (those who play dressup as animals) as an ongoing threat to life and liberty.


    • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on January 13, 2020 at 2:36 PM

      That was the challenge for me: this is the persona that this group projects; we are a fandom that is a little silly and weird, but harmless. No, they are a child grooming cult to a large degree. Yes, no doubt, defiantly not our usual genre, but I also have a dog in the fight, so it’s like this: I have been made aware of this and do I want to spend time addressing it? After long and hard consideration, I decided to address it.


      • Dave Irvine (@axelthefurryfox) said, on January 26, 2020 at 11:33 PM

        I think there are child groomers who were Catholic priests/ministers/rabbis, school teachers,little league coaches and even family members who have been arrested for the exact same thing. I wouldn’t trust a kid near a priest. Furry though is just a harmless little hobby.


      • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on January 29, 2020 at 6:29 AM

        A counterculture is not a hobby. The Corvette club is not a counterculture nor for that matter even a subculture. As documented in the book extensively, the Fandom was founded on a an anti-humanity counterculture predicated by sex outside the cultural norm. The first two chapters utterly destroy the notion that the Fandom is a harmless hobby. It is a fake fandom.


  2. johnimmel said, on January 13, 2020 at 3:47 PM

    you . . .have . . . a . . . “Dog” . . . in this fight? You and Susan have some costumes I’m not aware of? ROTFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  3. Rusty Shackleford said, on January 14, 2020 at 12:58 AM

    Wait, you’re actually talking about Calvinists but calling them furries because they’re wolves in sheeps’ clothing, right? Very sly allegory.


    • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on January 14, 2020 at 9:12 AM

      And this is another first for me. I was the first to publish a book on New Calvinism and am the first to publish a book on Furries that is against the movement.


  4. republican mother said, on January 14, 2020 at 2:37 PM

    My oldest daughter is somewhat of a “forum autist” and she has encountered the furry subculture. They are every bit as demented as Paul describes. Also, there is a Venn diagram overlap between Calvistists and Furries. Not a large one, I hope, but the weirdness is real.


  5. lydia00 said, on January 15, 2020 at 8:23 PM

    Reading comprehension is definitely not one of their strong suits. A “Calvinist” pastor? I am sorry but I had to laugh. But it is a horrible insult! Lol.

    I agree they are a child grooming cult.


  6. Avunit said, on July 29, 2020 at 7:31 AM

    You are tampering with powers beyond your comprehension Mr. Dohse… the internet does not agree with this kind of slander and continued hate towards anyone. we will be in contact. See if you can find us…see you soon 🙂


    • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on July 29, 2020 at 4:09 PM

      You like the cover? Target date for publication is December. Can send you a copy for a present. Book


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