Some articles on furry:
... Furry conventions are organized gatherings of furries ... Below is a list of current and discontinued furry conventions ...
... membership has enabled the creation of many furry conventions in North America and Europe ... A furry convention is for the fans get together to buy and sell artwork, participate in workshops, wear costumes, and socialize ... The world's largest furry convention, Anthrocon with more than 4,000 participants, held annually in Pittsburgh in June, was estimated to have generated approximately $3 million to Pittsburgh's economy in 2008 ...
... 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 ... They have defined and adopted an alternative meaning of the word furry specific to this group "a person with an important emotional/spiritual connection with an animal or animals, real, fictional or ...
... Furry Dances There are many 19th century reports of furry dances ... The Helston Furry Dance was reported in The Gentleman’s Magazine of 1790 ... Penaluna, writing in 1834, the Furry was danced in Penryn on 3 May and in Sithney and the Lizard on the 1st May ...
... anthropomorphic animal characters are related to those of the furry fandom, and the game was inspired in part by FurryMUCK, Furcadia has never been intended as ... player-base do not identify as 'furries' or have any interest in the furry aspect of the game ...
Famous quotes containing the word furry:
“The city mouse eats bread and cheese;
The garden mouse eats what he can;
We will not grudge him seeds and stocks,
Poor little timid furry man.”
—Christina Georgina Rossetti (18301894)
“Horse, you flame thrower,
you shark-mouthed man,
you laughter at the end of poems,
you brown furry locomotive
whipping the snow, I am
a pale shadow beside you.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Some of us still get all weepy when we think about the Gaia Hypothesis, the idea that earth is a big furry goddess-creature who resembles everybodys mom in that she knows whats best for us. But if you look at the historical recordKrakatoa, Mt. Vesuvius, Hurricane Charley, poison ivy, and so forth down the agesyou have to ask yourself: Whose side is she on, anyway?”
—Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)