Furry fandom has had more than its fair share of criticism, both from within and without. A Flayrah review of Shawn Keller’s “Horrifying Look at the Furries” (2001) notes that Mr. Keller “associated furry with bestiality and pedophilia.” A decade later, most of our critics do the same.
But the title was purposely provocative. This may come as a surprise, but I’m not talking about the furry fandom at all. Instead, I’m calling for more criticism of the furry genre.
This piece has three goals: to explain why criticism is needed, what kind of criticism, and finally to offer a few points of criticism as examples.
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