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Is it normal to have a fetish for skunks?
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For a couple years now I've been into skunks but not the animal that exists in real life I mean within the furry community, now I'm not saying I like the smell or anything, I also have never looked towards a guy, guy furry. I swing as a dominant, so I prefer a girl, or a femboy (which is a guy that acts more like a girl and is usually submissive). Back to the point, is it normal to like this kind of furry, this question faces the furry community more over then everyone else.
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I don't see why you can't indulge in whatever you like. It's not harming you. I never was a furry but I used to binge browse the community from a distance every once in a while. Just wasn't my thing I guess.
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no being a furry is deviant
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I'm not a furry, but I noticed Fifi La Fume was a popular female character in Tiny Toons.
Especially in an episode called The Amazing Three, where they doll themselves up in one scene.
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I'm calling you a liar about not being a furry based on this post.
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I'm into cartoons and anime but still not a furry. Looney toons was one of the most popular cartoons back in the day everyone has seen it.

I was watching some cartoons on YouTube and stumbled upon the episode and obviously checked out the comment section like any other person. And people were going crazy over Fifi.
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Self reflection is a good thing and an important part of growing up.
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What the hell is a furry?
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A furry is someone that is more into anthropomorphic animals then other people, then extreme furries are people that are sexually attracted to said animals, and other people who are the same.
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