EXCLUSIVE: Patreon launch announcement for Culturally F’d, with a new episode and preview!

by Patch O'Furr

In July, Culturally F’d was announced here with an episode list. It’s the Furry youtube series that asks:

Where does the love of anthropomorphics come from? How far back can we dig in history and mass media to really get to the bottom of it? Why does every culture across the face of the earth have a fascination with animal-people?

title_cardNow, host Arrkay shares the latest episode plus a sneak preview made EXCLUSIVELY for dogpatch.press: 

Hey DogPatch readers! Arrkay here with a special announcement from Culturally F’d.

Firstly, we have a new video all about Fursuiting and Drag Queens. The episode features footage from Howl Toronto in July when some friends and I took over the stage in full drag. In the episode we compare the kind of performances put on by Fursuiters and by Drag Queens to find how much they have in common.

(Note: This week’s video features copyright content due to the drag performances. Because of this, the video may not play in all countries or on all devices.)

One thing I didn’t touch on in the video is how both groups are stigmatized. As far as I know, no one has ever been assaulted for wearing a fursuit but people have been downright murdered for dressing in drag. Though people have been doing drag a lot longer than furries. I’d love to hear your comments below.

Secondly, I have a special exclusive preview just for Dogpatch.press readers. This video is only viewable on dogpatch.press and features a list of some upcoming episode ideas and a preview of an episode entitled “Furries in Space”.

Culturally F’d has a lot more coming your way! At least I hope so. I was hoping to wait for more subscribers and views until launching one but I’ve decided to start a Patreon campaign. Be sure to stop by www.patreon.com/culturallyfd and consider becoming a regular patron. Patreon gives you access to rewards such as our side-series “Culturally F’d: After Dark” (about sexuality within the fandom) and behind-the-scenes looks into production and research.

If you aren’t into Patreon or just don’t have the spare funds but still want to help us out, the best thing anyone can do is share Culturally F’d with your friends. You can also find us on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Furaffinity and Weasyl.

Also check out furcast.fm for the second preview that I sent to them. It should be available in their upcoming episode.

– Arrkay