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but he couldn’t stop thinking about cartoon animals.
Throughout his teenage and college years, he hid his furriness, thinking it was a “babyish thing.”“What the hell,” he says.
Not only were there others like them, they learned, but they were organized! Now, such gatherings as the Further Confusion convention in San Jose, California, and Anthrocon in Philadelphia, attract more than 1,000 furry hobbyists apiece.
(The Midwest Fur Fest is a smaller “con,” with about 400 attending.) There are other conventions, too—even summer camps. “Yiff” means sex, “yiffy” means horny or sexual, and “yiffing” means mating.
It’s sex; it’s religion; it’s a whole new way of life.
Something happened to them after a youthful encounter with Bugs Bunny or Scooby Doo or the mascot at the pep rally. After being bombarded by tigers telling them what cereal to eat, camels smoking cigarettes, cars named after animals, airplanes with eyes and smiles, shirts with alligators, they decided their fellow human beings were not nearly so interesting as those animal characters.
“I didn’t necessarily want to be the animal, but I wanted to have the animal shape, as far back as I can remember.
It’s that way for a lot of people.”He did normal things, like playing in the high-school marching band …
The other hotel guests look stunned.“We’re a group of people who like things having to do with animals and cartoons,” a man in a tiger suit tells a woman. Welcome to the Midwest Fur Fest.—are gathering together. Instead I find myself talking with Keith Dickinson, a self-described “computer geek.” Not long ago, this man, a 37-year-old from Kansas City, Kansas, was so depressed he could barely bring himself to go to the grocery store. He started to believe that, somewhere deep down, he was actually …
At p.m., near the front desk, three men known as Pack Rat, Rob Fox, and Zen Wolph are scratching one another’s backs—grooming one another, like macaques in a zoo. a polar bear.“In normal society,” Dickinson says, “two people who hardly know each other do not walk up and scratch each other’s backs. Last year, Johnson, who has brought the ashes of his dead cat to the Fur Fest, persuaded Dickinson to attend another furry convention in Memphis, and that’s what did it.“It’s a new way of looking at the world,” Dickinson says.