Some furries will draw or commission drawings of their fursonas, but never attend an event as their fursona.Some furries may never make the leap offline—and that’s okay. Well first, it’s important to say that the furry community is endlessly diverse, encompassing all kinds of animals, real and mythical, and no animal is more or less valid than the others. Furry fandom is first and foremost about identity, and identity is complicated and rolls up into a lot of things, including sex.Online is a good start, but there’s also an abundance of furry conventions where you can meet other furries in person.The largest events are Anthrocon in Pittsburgh, Midwest Fur Fest near Chicago, Further Confusion in San Jose; Furry Weekend in Atlanta; Furry Fiesta in Dallas; Rain Furrest in Seattle and Biggest Little Fur Con in Reno.For some furries, a fursuit is a vital and liberating way to live out their fursona. It’s a big community running the gamut from casual online fans to people who see their fursonas as something spiritual. If there’s one message we can’t repeat often enough it’s that there is literally no wrong way to be a furry.Many people, especially those who are new to the community, are more casual about their interest.But what does it mean to truly believe that you're nonhuman, and how can you express those feelings?They may feel as if they have a tail or extra large ears, almost like a phantom limb.
WE JOIN OUR BOYS Overhead, The Albatross AT THE BUTTON FACTORY ON JANUARY 14TH IN AID OF MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS CAMPAIGN ' FIRST FORTNIGHT'.Everyone’s kink or interest is weird to people who don’t share it.Don’t let their BS keep you from living the life you deserve.They know that taking another form as an animal or a dragon is impossible, and that for the foreseeable future, they're human ...although they may feel as if they aren't on the inside.
Otherkin is a term used by people who identify as partially or entirely nonhuman, either in a spiritual sense or in terms of not being comfortable in their own body.