Anonymous said: Your blog is such a big help for people who don't want to hug murrsuits. Also to warn people what murrsuits are worn in public. So thank you for that
The reason I created this blog is to show APPRECIATION for Murrsuiters.
Murrsuiters deserve the same respect as any other member of the furry community.
Personally, I don’t consider people like you TRUE furries.
REAL furries - believe in being Open-Minded, nonjudgmental, and accepting of any, and all interests.
And the fact that there’s people out there who call themselves ‘furries’ and can be as close-minded as you, really makes me sick.
@Coleyote: Exactly my point!! A clean Murrsuit is no more dirty than the clothes you wear to the store!
@Nickthemoonwolf: I KNOW RIGHT!? Some people can be so stupid. I jerk off in my clothes all the time! That doesn’t make my wardrobe into one big collection of ‘sex toys’.
First of all, there’s no definition of what a “real furry” is, so stop.
Second, wanting people not to wear their sex suits in public does not make a person “closed minded”. Personally, I don’t give a damn if someone wants to have sex in a fursuit in the privacy of their own home. Hell, it’s something I have a passive interest in doing myself. However, the difference between me and you is that I don’t think it would be acceptable for me to wear that same suit to a convention after performing said acts in it.
Washing a fursuit in hot water can, and most likely will, damage it. I am willing to be most suit owners don’t do this. No amount of woolite or disinfectant is going to get the sex stuff completely out. Further, a fursuit is a specialty item. Regular clothing is not. Regular clothing can also be washed more completely than fursuits because it won’t disintegrate under heat, which, might I add, is the most efficient way to get mess out of fabric.
The moment one wears a fursuit during sex is the moment it becomes a fetish object in the same way bondage or puppy play gear does. Do you see people wearing their bondage gear out in public? I certainly don’t. If they do, they get weird looks and disapproval, and rightfully so, because sex objects belong in the bedroom.
I’m not saying someone who uses a fursuit for sex doesn’t deserve respect as a person. Their sexual preferences have no bearing on their personal value. I don’t think anyone is saying that. (I’d hope not, at least.) The bottom line is that a fursuit used for sex should stay in ones own personal home. You might be okay with unknowingly hugging a sex toy, but most people aren’t.
I think some murrsuits are quite adorable, so don’t even go down the “you’re closed minded” route.
ALL YES TO DUSTY PRAISE DUSTY’S PART OF THIS POST -moo