furry trainwrecks




Reminder that:

  • Mascots are terrible
  • they basically mock furries and otherkins
  • Do NOT support mascots
  • DON’T
  • Especially if they’re animals

This has been a Psa  (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧


I’ve never seen that gif applied more perfectly.

Lav and Der are siblings (the characters). Not sure about the people behind the suits.

And an answer!

Are lav and der related???

I want to say that the characters are (and if they’re not, it’s easy to assume they are as they have the same markings/colors, just reversed, if i remember correctly), but I’m not 100% sure. 

I don’t know about the folks that own them, however.

Looks tasty

Looks tasty

Gems from today’s TOS/AUP update.

Yeah the photo never went online to share with anyone, it was leaked by the person who organized the shoot, who had it emailed to them, we were going to get prints and that’s it. The photographer was blameless btw

A small update. 


Also: if you wouldn’t mind sharing one additional detail, the suiter in the photo is not the person who leaked it. They’re as much a victim as everyone else in the pic. There’s some confusion about that.

wuvvums replied to your post: “I’m sorry to bother you, but could you take down the photo of the…”:
Wow that is fucking awful. Some sort of beware should be made on the photographer because that’s just revenge porn at that point.

I doubt it was the photographer who leaked the image. It was probably take with consent of all the parties involved (given that the person in the fox head is posing and ‘looking’ at the camera). 

The image was probably shared among friends in some manner and, I’d bet, one of the friends wasn’t really a friend but was just there for potential ‘drama’ and snagged the image, leaked it to 4chan (maybe lulz, given both are the same kind of circles) and then it got here.

I’m sorry to bother you, but could you take down the photo of the human pyramid w/ the buttplugs in? It was posted without the consent of anyone in the photo. It was meant for private use and not to be posted anywhere.

I’m not replying to the ask itself because I just kind of want to touch on something that a lot of people in the digital age don’t seem to get. When you take a photograph of something, it’s in the posession of the photographer. When you upload the photo to the internet and share it with friends for ‘private use’, you’re already setting yourself up for the risk of someone, anyone within that group of people you think you can trust, leaking the photo out to the whole internet (in this case, via 4chan).

This happens all the time. So often that I’ve just come to expect it and, personally, when I see it happening my first thought is usually ‘someone has a friend who they think they can trust but is actually a rat’. It’s so, so, so easy to gain the internet trust of other people and weasel your way into their social circle for the reason of leaking their personal things out to the world.

Then, when things are leaked, there’s no real way to control that. It goes from 4chan to here (maybe other furry blogs, too, i don’t know i don’t really keep up on them) and then however many people reblogged the photo and it’ll sit on their blogs and people will reblog it from there. It’s out there now because someone in that person’s circle of friends and people they thought they could share that photo with isn’t really who the photo’s owner thought they were.

I’ll take it down, because that’s my policy when folks ask me politely, but just be aware that my removing it from this blog does not retroactively remove it from everyone who reblogged it from here. Be cautious with who you share things like that with and maybe re-evaluate the folks you’re sharing it with.

Sweet mother of christ I hope that picture of the pyramid wasn't taken at AC.

That’s definitely the Anthrocon shirt for this year and that looks liked the rooms in the Westin, so I’m positive it was.

(via Vagina Pipe by silverback2001 — Fur Affinity [dot] net)