I dunno. I get the animal mindset, but I don't get the puppy play implementation of it. Maybe it's something you have to be gay to make sense of.
I bring out the animal mindset as a coping mechanism several times a day. For me, it's always predacious, never social, and certainly not sexual. Damping down complex thought and higher levels of abstraction allows me respite from racing thoughts and other symptoms of my anxiety, and by giving myself over to a sort of primal rage I can temporarily ignore pain and fatigue. But as much as I do that, I never really identify (even for a moment) as anything other than what I am. I guess the identification with a particular kind of animal, even a particular breed, is what seems strange to me.
Well, that and the sexuality. As much as they share similarities, I like to keep libido, hunger, and bloodthirst separate.
@8: Pups generally keep to themselves. Furries ruin Pokemon for anyone who uses Google Image Search. Yiff in hell, furfags.
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