by Patch O'Furr
Continuing from part 1: Controversy erupted about a video from FWA that appeared to show sex in public, but it didn’t. It was puppy players wrestling (moshing). Pup play is an offshoot of the leather scene that overlaps with furry, but isn’t always welcome. The behavior at FWA was one issue – and then a separate, bigger debate came up about welcoming that interest at furry cons. Here’s a point/counterpoint about it.
nobody clutches their pearls harder than furries pretending to be shocked at pup play— Hashtag (@HashtagPurr) April 8, 2018
for the record, if you gonna grind on the floor, do it in your room. but fuck this puritanical crusade against the gear scene. sorry their version of the fandom isn’t walking stuffed animals, get over it— Hashtag (@HashtagPurr) April 8, 2018
I have some words to say to Furry and Pup Twitter over the FWA video. Not because I want attention but because I’ve been a furry since 2010 and a pup for 3 1/2 Years and these last few days have been rough for me.— 🏳️🌈David “Getting back to work” Popovich🏳️🌈 (@Bookworm_Review) April 9, 2018
As for you furries... for a group that spent years trying to say “Blame the person not the fandom” you can at times be hypocritical about that. This was a bad situation but by individuals not a community. So why attack all of us leaves me tired.— 🏳️🌈David “Getting back to work” Popovich🏳️🌈 (@Bookworm_Review) April 9, 2018
Click through above for more from Pup Matthias, a Dogpatch Press staffer who says “Pups are a spectrum of sexual and non sexual like furries, but they haven’t had people whitewash their history”.
He gave further explanation: