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    9/2/2014 5:21:48 PM Permalink
    You know, you can call me what you want, but I have never understood the whole 'furry' thing. I'm not sure where it originated from or why the want to have human-like features to animals. Animals are perfect the way they are, and in my opinion, do not need human qualities to be beautiful. We humans are, at least in the biological sense, as perfect as any other animal: just the thought of all the processes that go on inside the body at all times is amazingly perfect!! Please enlighten me as to this love of seeing animals as humans and vice versa. Is it a psychological topic that develops in infancy? Is there a certain chemical response in the brain? Is it perhaps a learned behavior from an enculturation stand-point? I am completely lost...why re-create bodies into a juxtaposition of different species? The only experience I have had is 'furries' humping each other in costume or trying to flirt with me in full 'mascot' garb which I found very upsetting and traumatic...
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