“Ask a Furry” on Radio From Hell, X96 in Salt Lake City, UT

Jan 12, 2014 2 Comments

They were very interested in finding out about fursuits, fursuit sex, and the like. We did our best to make the fandom sound good

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Review: ‘Decision at Doona’, ‘Crisis on Doona’, ‘Treaty Planet’ and ‘Doona’, by Anne McCaffrey and Jody Lynn Nye

Jan 11, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Fred Decision at Doona by Anne McCaffrey (1926-2011) is one of the classics of science fiction, and one of the most encouraging examples of the basic plot of humans and Furry aliens learning to live and work together in harmony. Published in 1969, it was one of the favorite novels of the proto-Furry fans […]

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Review: ‘Le Bois des Vierges’, by Jean Dufaux and Béatrice Tillier

Jan 11, 2014 2 Comments

Author: dronon Le Bois des Vierges (The Virgins’ Woods) is a French comic set in a medieval half-human, half-anthropomorphic world. It was released in three volumes between 2008 and 2013, written by Jean Dufaux and illustrated by Béatrice Tillier. Originally published by Robert Laffont (who then dropped their comics division), it was picked up by […]

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Furries sought to appear on ‘Dr. Phil’

Jan 11, 2014 3 Comments

Author: Equivamp Okay, so an anon here totally called it, but CBS Television Distribution is calling for stories from people who are “Furry And Proud”: Are you interested in fictional animal characters with human personalities and proud of it? Do you like to dress up as your favorite animal character and go to Anthrocon, Further […]

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When Fox Lost Her Heart

Jan 11, 2014 1 Comment

Author: rodney New in hardcover this month from Toon Books is a full-color graphic story for younger readers called simply Hearts — written and illustrated by Thereza Rowe.  “When Penelope the Fox drops her heart into the sea, she’s swept off on a perilous journey, dodging sharks and royal cat-guards until a cartwheeling chicken leads […]

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National Film Registry honors anthropomorphic animals

Jan 11, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Fred Jerry Beck’s Animation Scoop website noted on December 18 that the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry has announced its 2013 selection of twenty-five new additions. Several of the films are animated, or contain animated sequences, and among those, several feature anthropomorphized animals. read more Find the full article here: flayrah – furry food for […]

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FC-151 Arrest Proof

Jan 10, 2014 1 Comment

Author: studio@xanacreations.com (..::XANA::.. Creations) http://furcast.fm/logos/furcast-2013.png Walls on walls in walls. Download MP3 (Right-click, Save) News: Fursuiting and copyright: an important issue for fandom by Patch Packrat  FaceRig promises ‘instant digital cosplay’ for the masses by Huskyteer Arizona Father Kills ‘Demon’ Son With Axe Oregon man on meth fights off cops while masturbating in bar Email: […]

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Contribution guidelines to ease Flayrah’s editing bottleneck

Jan 10, 2014 2 Comments

Author: GreenReaper Stories go through several editing steps before publication on Flayrah. Image thumbnailing, layout, copyediting, linking, fact-checking, tagging – these take over half an hour for all but the most trivial stories, and that’s assuming no substantive editing is required. Flayrah’s editors have limited time, and few are both qualified and willing to become […]

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Review: ‘Furries: Enacting Animal Anthropomorphism’, by Carmen Dobre

Jan 10, 2014 2 Comments

Author: Fred Furries gives a candid commentary that reveals details about ‘fursuits’, ‘fursonas’ and the ‘furry fandom’. Award winning photographer Carmen Dobre continues her examination of ‘furries’, who they are and how they perceive themselves. Documentary style portraits alongside one-to-one interviews reveal the intriguing passions of people whose human identity is challenged by their love […]

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Photographer Carmen Dobre seeks insights into furries via 360° home panoramas

Jan 10, 2014 2 Comments

Author: GreenReaper If you were waiting for a coffee-table book mixing fursuiting and cultural research, Furries: Enacting Animal Anthropomorphism might be it. It was created by Romanian Carmen Dobre, a Master in both cultural studies (Univ. of Bucharest) and photographic studies (Leiden), who is pursuing a PhD at the Bucharest National University of Arts. [tip: Dr. Kathy Gerbasi] The 152 […]

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Review: ‘Wereworld: War of the Werelords’, by Curtis Jobling

Jan 10, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Fred It’s over! This is Book 6 and the conclusion of Jobling’s Wereworld series, which began with Wereworld: Rise of the Wolf, and continued through Rage of Lions, Shadow of the Hawk, Nest of Serpents, and Storm of Sharks. The Wereworld Young Adult series is set on the island-continent of Lyssia on a fantasy world, in […]

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What a Pretty Dragon

Jan 09, 2014 1 Comment

Author: rodney Dragonar Academy is a Japanese fantasy novel series by Shiki Mizuchi. Started in 2010, the series was illustrated by Kohada Shimesaba. Later it was adapted into a manga series by the artist Ran, and more recently it has begun production as an anime series from C-Station (scheduled for release later this year). Well […]

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Opinion: The New Furry, Much Like The Old Furry

Jan 08, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Rakuen Growlithe Let’s be clear about one thing from the start, furry is still a fandom. That should be a fairly uncontroversial statement but a recent article by JM on [adjective][species] tried to put forward the case that furry can no longer be described as a fandom. I think there are a number of […]

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Furries descend on Lake Murray

Jan 08, 2014 1 Comment

Author: Here is an article in the January 6 edition of the San Diego Reader: http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2014/jan/06/stringers-furries-descend-lake-murray/ It describes a recent furmeet at the Lake Murray reservoir in San Diego, California. Furries descend on Lake Murray Everyone was hugging, laughing, riding motorcycles, and playing tag By Gloria Ciprian, Jan. 6, 2014 On January 4, LMFAO arrived […]

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