The furry in us all.

It’s time to get personal here about furry.

Oh man, he we go about talking about the furry fandom. This will probably be one of those blog articles that will be driven to the depths of the internet as it really doesn’t deal with technical ability or is all that exciting when it comes to graphics. But after watching a YouTube video about the Psychology of Furry Fandom 2015 . I felt it was appropriate to throw out my little commentaries and viewpoints about the fandom. Upon such note it is now disclaimer time:

Disclaimer: The thoughts, views, and opinions of this blogger does not represent the entire fandom and has no intention or will to represent the entire fandom. Any psychological, emotional, or physical damage that occurs when reading this cringe-tastic entry we at s-config.com are not responsible for.

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Fursuit designers and mascot creators in Wisconsin.

Need a Fursuit or animal mascot in the Wisconsin region?

Note: this was sitting on one of my old websites. It’s still a good article. So I’m posting it here! K-Thanks-Bye!

Fursuit’ing and/or Animal mascoting is the art of acting inside of a giant acrylic fiber suit that many of it’s practices can be commercially dated back to the age of Walt Disney’s theme parks. You can even go farther back dealing with paganistic religions that deal with dressing up in the pelts of animal skins that are akin to your personal spirit. But That may be pushing the topic of this article farther then I would like to go.

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Message of Thought Control.

Your thought is public domain the moment it comes from your mouth!

I would like to say one very short message about thought control. In many fandom’s a message that seems to cause a bit of drama in the artistic community and to me is the biggest level of lazy “Henny Penny” entitlement mentality and it’s vastly disturbing. The sentiment is as follows:

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NakamaCON Cancelled

All official data of NakamaCon Cancellation.

The post described below is a e-mail that was sent to all pre-registered attendees with minor modification to names. This blog containes both the standard message that was sent to the LiveJournal community and the message that was sent to the registered attendees. This post also contains the original text on the old nakamacon[dot]com website.

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