My spirit animal may be the lamprey.

My spirit animal may be the lamprey.

Mine could be the stoat.

Re: gobo and tepenecz — by means of clarification, i was not talking about the definition of “bestiality; ” I happened to be talking about “sick. ” additionally certainly not to acts that are commited but to urges and tourist attractions.

See, there clearly was a picture that appears fairly frequently on specific discussion boards (google “dangerously furry” and you should notice it) that illustrates it in a manner that is humorous. What furries are attracted to (as with anyone) varies insofar as how much of the “kink” they like to see. For some, it’s robin maid and hood marian. For others, it’s what many people would agree is bestiality (and once again I might aim deniers for this reality to your uncensored furry art forum).

There clearly was an extremely big area that is grey the middle where it is difficult to pin down where “sick” starts. Mister fox appears pretty comfortable inside the keeping of the word as deciding on those who find themselves drawn to real-life pets, perhaps perhaps maybe not especially to those that really molest/harm/rape them. But exactly what about eroticizing drawings (or photos that are even of real world pets involved in individuals? What about drawings of almost-animals, et cetera?

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