Today we are opening our new website to the public.
The goal of this website is to create a central community hub which we fully own/are in control of to prevent censorship. We also wish to use this blog section to give our members a voice. Any approved member can write in our Think Tank section. Posts in this section may be promoted to the front page.
We are trying to make it as easy as possible to use this website by offering six different social media login methods besides the normal account. Posts are relayed over to our community discord automatically. We will be working on ways to relay posts to other platforms (such as Telegram) shortly. Additional features and tweaks will be rolled out on the website in the coming months.
Please give us any feedback that you may have by replying to this post (or by sending a direct message to any one of the admins).
Note: you must write an introduction to obtain member status this is needed to post in most forums. This will help us...
Written by: Scorch from United States - Raiders Chief Furry Development Officer
It has come to my attention there is still a lot of disinformation regarding the true Effect that caused the destruction of the good vessel “RMFC” therefore; I bring to your attention a true fact that many are not aware of. This fact is the result of a specific Cause and the Effects of it which dramatically Effected the course of or derailed the lives of many furs including myself and numerous friends.
This fact (a $44,000 security expense) is the Actual Effect of commercial damages caused by “Social Justice Warriors” (SJW) when one group of furs did wage a war of written words against another group of furs within their own fandom. This $44,000.00 Effect was Caused by the ACTS of one group of people (furs) attempting to bully and control another group of their own people (furs) by way of their Acts of writing or forwarding many statements that created a...
I don't think it's so much a question of is The Furry Fandom dead, as much as was it ever alive? I came to The Furry Community in the early 2000's looking for a fandom for The Anthropomorphic Arts that was similar in nature to the Japanese Pop Culture Fandom, which is what Anime Fandom actually is. It's not just about Japanese animation. It's also about Pocky, understanding the cultural quirks of Japan, Japanese history, Japanese spirituality, and generally anything that has to do with appreciating the Anime experience.
So, when somebody said there was a Furry Fandom, I figured it would first and foremost be about Furry cartoon and literature characters, but it would probably have a lot of peripheral interests, because Furry, like Anime, has a long history of development that goes back thousands of years; there are historical...