A reporter propagating stereotypes of furries.
Too many who DO act this way tend to take it far enough where stereotyping is unavoidable.
It just so happens I myself am working on a suit and persona and I don't find other males (or even 'animal engagements') worth my time. (Can you say "Married"? I knew you could!)
I am even working on trying to start a convention which might just help our community! I'd love to call it "The Florida Experience", but since there has been conventions in Florida already I'm not so sure that name would work.
What do you think?
Regarding the actual content of the thread here, I heard from someone who was in the room at the time that most of what they said was happening in there was false. I have no doubt that they found a "Cerberus sheath" and everything else *somewhere* at the con, but they imply it was all in the same room, which simply wasn't true.
Week one found me looking for people for various parts of the initial paperwork. These people were all around the city, btw, and not in one place. Four months later, and maybe 200 letters/emails later, I was basically washed out due to lack of interest.
Now, many years later, I'm thinking about trying again. This time I have a different strategy. (Oh yes, FWA is in my sights for contacting. Trust me, I researched!)
And yeah, people do tend to believe the majority even w/o proper study/research/evidence. A pox on them I say.
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