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Commented on Alt + F4

To win the internet press Alt+F4. If it shuts down it’s okay, it just ran off to get you a gift. If it does press Ctr+W when opening it again.

Jul 09, 2011 at 12:35PM EDT

Commented on Life and Internet Super Troll's wall

So therefore I reach the conclusion that furries have gotten a bad reputation on the internet due to perverted furries, furry extremists, and trolls spamming forums with sexual pictures of anthropomorphic animals. As to why they’re hated otherwise is a mystery to me…until I research it, so stay tuned!

P.S: I was neither defending nor attacking furries, I was only trying to prove the ones with a sexual interest in furries might have a mental disability. That’s why I did a point of view from both sides near to the end. I may also improve the article later as well to strengthen my points, so stay tuned for that too!

P.S.S Read from bottom to top.

- Super Life And Internet Super Troll

Jul 08, 2011 at 01:54PM EDT

Commented on Life and Internet Super Troll's wall

However in their defense I will post this part of the article in “Public perception and media coverage” that was at the bottom of it:

According to Furry survey, about half of furries perceive public reaction to the fandom as negative; less than a fifth stated that the public responded to them more negatively than they did most furries. Furry fans’ belief that they will be portrayed as “mainly obsessed with sex” has led to mistrust of the media and social researchers.

However, in the anti-furries’ defense I will say that in my looking up “furries” on any site will get you sexual pictures of anthropomorphic animals, especially female ones, but that is due to most of the furry population being mostly male as stated in the “Furry fandom” article on Wikipedia here:

Historically, furry fandom has been male-dominated, but over time the proportion of females in the fandom--especially artists--has increased, approaching equality with males on furry art galleries.
Jul 08, 2011 at 01:53PM EDT

Commented on Life and Internet Super Troll's wall

Also, they “feel” a connection with their “animal” as this section states:

The phrases furry lifestyle and furry lifestyler first appeared in July 1996 on the newsgroup alt.fan.furry during an ongoing dispute within that online community. The Usenet newsgroup alt.lifestyle.furry was created to accommodate discussion beyond furry art and literature, and to resolve disputes concerning what should or should not be associated with the fandom; its members quickly adopted the term furry lifestylers, and still consider the fandom and the lifestyle to be separate social entities. They have defined and adopted an alternative meaning of word “furry” specific to this group: “a person with an important emotional/spiritual connection with an animal or animals, real, fictional or symbolic.”
In their 2007 survey, Gerbasi et al. examined what it meant to be a furry, and proposed a topology in which to categorise different “types” of furries. The largest group -- 38% of those surveyed -- described their interest in furry fandom predominately as a “route to socializing with others who share common interests such as anthropomorphic art and costumes.” However they also identified furries who saw themselves as “other than human”, and/or who desired to become more like the furry species which they identified with.

Jul 08, 2011 at 01:51PM EDT

Commented on Life and Internet Super Troll's wall

Take a look at the “furry fandom” article on Wikipedia and you’ll see this under “Sexual aspects”:

In one survey, 33% of furries surveyed online answered that they had a “significant sexual interest in furry” and another 46% stated they had a “minor sexual interest in furry”, and the remaining 21% stated they have a “non-sexual interest in furry”. The survey specifically avoided adult-oriented websites to prevent bias. Differing approaches to sexuality have been a source of controversy and conflict in furry fandom. Examples of sexual aspects within furry fandom include erotic art and furry-themed cybersex. The term “yiff” is most commonly used to indicate sexual activity or sexual material within the fandom--this applies to sexual activity and interaction within the subculture whether online (in the form of cybersex) or offline. According to a study, 19–25% of the fandom members report homosexuality, 37–48% bisexuality, 30–51% heterosexual, and 3–8% other forms of alternative sexual relationships. In 2002 about 2% stated an interest in zoophilia, and less than 1% an interest in plushophilia. Initial figures were collected by David J. Rust in 1997, but further research has been conducted to update these findings. Of the furry fans that reported being in a relationship (approximately half of the surveyed population), 76% were in a relationship with another member of furry fandom.

Jul 08, 2011 at 12:33PM EDT

Commented on Life and Internet Super Troll's wall

I knew it! As I said on the “Furries” meme:

Creepy. My 7th grade science teacher once said, “If you can think of it, it can be a disability.” Apparently being a furry must mean you have a sexual preference disorder. +1 cookie for anybody who can come up with a SMART medical name for it, not a half-ass one like I WAS going to do.

This is part 1 of my statement on this. It was too long to post all at once.

Jul 08, 2011 at 12:31PM EDT

Commented on Furries

Creepy. My 7th grade science teacher once said, “If you can think of it, it can be a disability.” Apparently being a furry must mean you have a sexual preference disorder. +1 cookie for anybody who can come up with a SMART medical name for it, not a half-ass one like I WAS going to do.

Jul 07, 2011 at 07:56PM EDT

Commented on PROTIP

Cancerrific Bakery is a dumb bitch.

Jul 07, 2011 at 07:50PM EDT

Commented on 22225-1291555298.jpg

I read the webcomic solely because of this picture. Long description short: It didn’t disappoint in any area.

Jul 07, 2011 at 07:46PM EDT

Commented on Trolling

We Trolls are are united under one flag, and that flag is the troll face.

Jul 07, 2011 at 07:14PM EDT

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