by Patch O'Furr
Obama hangs out with furries! The proof is below. Mr. President, why are they so sexy?
This tiny subculture has more influence than many members even realize. The topic grew from a furry influence article that drew extra high traffic: (Mainstream advertising: “More and more, Furries are being hinted at in marketing media.”) Advertisers covet “street cred”, and subcultures have it. Even tiny notices show a subculture on the rise.
Now, many people want to know: Are there any secret furry celebrities? Who likes furries in the mainstream? Here’s a Buzzfeed-esque topic that will fluff your fur, or raise your hackles!
- PART 1) – Politicians and VIP’s.
- PART 2) – Actors, comedians, and media personalities.
- PART 3) – Musicians.
This is a non-fandom list. And OK, “celebrifurry” is exaggerating. Almost none have “come out of the kennel” as BEING furry. Keep low expectations. This is “15 seconds of fame” encounters, coincidences, and near-rumors. Celebrity confessions of cartoon crushes can make the list (because getting hot for Robin Hood is a Thing.) The list also has some animal costuming that hints about association. But let’s avoid lazy exploitation (like talk shows or Howard Stern), because they’d exploit any group with little recognition beyond stereotypes – and you’ve seen all that hype before. Many of these items are overlooked or ambiguous, so it makes a short, incomplete list. This is as good as it gets so far… but wait until there’s a fursuit political campaign.