They are right that it’s different, but it’s not unfair… The men’s rights movement thinks that the genders should be treated equally.As it turns out, this is a pretty good definition of the goal of feminism.
If a guy is inserting himself into a social group because he is motivated by the chance to meet someone of the opposite sex, then he is breaking the tacit social contract, and needs to cut it out.It sounds counter-intuitive to suggest that, in order to meet more furry women, you should avoid introducing yourself at a social gathering.I don’t want to delve too deeply into feminism or the bizarro world of men’s rights here.It’s interesting stuff but it’s not the topic of this article.It shows how furry’s gender imbalance and sexual orientation demographics conspire to make it difficult for heterosexual guys to find a relationship with a fellow furry.
(It’s even worse if you’re a furry lesbian.) This article is a guide to how a heterosexual male can maximize his chances of finding a furry girlfriend; without being a stalker, without pulling any pick-up-artistry nonsense, and without being creepy or otherwise contributing to the problem that’s keeping women away from the furry community.
People who are well known will be in demand, and they may find themselves constantly interrupted by well-meaning fans.
There are opportunities for fans to meet and socialize with the celebrity, but these need to be controlled by the celebrity, otherwise they risk being overwhelmed by the attention.
This means that you should never approach a women with the intent of striking up a conversation, and you should encourage your male friends to follow the same example.
Furry gatherings are a place for people, men and women, to socialize with friends.
It’s true that women are staying away from public furry gatherings, and they’re staying away because they are being harassed by men who are hoping to pick them up, talk to them, or just make friends.