One of my favourite e-mail exchanges occured recently. The article was about furries, and the reader that bought this to my attention was kind enough to include a partial scan, and as it turns out, the article "borrowed" huge chunks of this website without my permission. CGW is/was owned by one of the world's biggest media organizations: Ziff Media - but there it was, huge chunks of my website re-printed in glorious colour on the pages of a popular magazine with a huge circulation. Like I said, they didn't ask for permission to re-print my writings, and they didn't even provide a link back.A guy sent me a long email - typical of the kind I get all the time - defending his fursuiting, furry pornography, and ripping on this website as being biased etc. But he did so from the central admin email address of the web development company he apparently works for, and signed the email with his real name, job title etc. A heavy metal musician/guitarist, with a style that has been said to be similar to Dio. But I was not angry, and in the end any kind of mainstream exposure is a good thing.
Or, you know nothing about Furries or what they are, so you should head to the About Furries page.
Or, you're not a Furry, you already know what Furries are and you're here to get the lowdown on how to deal with them OR just laugh at them.
Although it doesn’t say so on the site, given the basis of the initial contact, one can assume the beard has to last as least as long as the romance does.
is a website dedicated to showcasing the dark, crazy side of the Furry internet community.
Among those already signed up are an Australian lady looking for a bearded fancy man and is offering to “scratch and pet beards like the softest kitten in the world”.
She might like the 27-year-old from California who likes “to get wild” and sports “tattoos and a beard down to my belly button”.
So I've gone ahead and added an entirely new full second page of emails I have received.
I've been meaning to do this for a while because I haven't actually added any new emails for quite a long time. Today though I've picked a few out, and wound up adding an entire new second page.
I replied in typical fashion - indicating that I was not interested in his arguments - only to receive an apologetic email from someone who I assumed to be his boss a few hours later, apologizing for the guy's abuse of the admin email account of the company. I belong to a group of furries which have been hiding in the shadows, waiting for the right moment to attack. I noticed that I have a link on the furry page of the Hungarian Wikipedia, which is more than I have on the English page.
Times may change, but one thing remains the same - furries are pretty dumb. Apparently Hungarian wikipedia editors are not as deathly afraid of this website as the English editors.
It is very good that this website has survived and continued to thrive now for almost thirteen years.