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What makes a Furry? What does it mean to be a furry? What do furries do? we will do our best to dispell the rumors and false information that a lot of people outside the fandom seem to be operating under. Join us with our special guest Donovan Quinn. Because of some of the things that are liable to be brought up I am going to rate this show as PG-13 for the moment. The rating may go up or down depending on how the show goes. :)
Renowned Horse Communicator
Margrit Coates has paved the way for healing for horses to become well known worldwide and her books, lectures and clinics have brought animal healing into respectability. Margrit Coates is based in southern England, but travels world wide to teach and lecture. Her particular empathy with horses is now legendary. www.theanimalhealer.com is Margrit's other cat and dog and furries animal healing website with www.margritcoates.com her generic website and distance healing.
Margrit has been featured in numerous magazines including Horse and Rider, Horse, Horse and Hound, Your Horse, and the New York Daily News. She has written columns for several magazines including a pet column for the UK's Daily Mail newspaper. Margrit has also been featured in several TV programmes with both horses and companion animals and gives frequent radio interviews about her work.
Tonight we discuss the furry agenda and their desire to corrupt America with ideas such as love and tolerance. We also talk about current events and pop culture topics from the past week.
The innaugural episode of the long awaited spin-off show Off the Record with Earnest and Super Kami Guru. Tonight we discuss a plethora of topics from current events to anime to furries to video games, and so on. Pretty much anything that is not related to ponies.
Top Fetish's according to internet fans:
Agalmatophilia: Mannequin Love
Ever hear about motorists who stick a mannequin in the front seat just so they can sneak their way into the carpool lane? Well, some people use mannequins not in the car but in the bedroom. People with mannequin love, or agalmatophilia, may also be attracted to a doll or statue.
Some people like to dress up like animals, calling themselves "furries" or "plushies" and seeking out like-minded individuals. This fetish is known as ursusagalmatophilia, and it's surprisingly popular.
"There is a big 'furry scene,' and it seems to be based on people who like to anthropomorphize animals and ascribe them with human qualities, generally cute qualities," says Dr. Ian Kerner, a sex therapist in New York City.
Partialism/Gas Pedal Honeys
Some people are turned on sexually by a specific body part - for example, a woman's high-heeled foot. There are many websites devoted to so-called partialism, including those who love "gas pedal honeys," images of stilettos on a gas pedal.
Salirophilia: I Like It Dirty
Showering before sex maybe the routine for some people. Others like the idea of getting dirty during sex - literally - or making their partner dirty,. This fetish is called salirophilia.
Some salirophiliacs like to smear the makeup, mess up the hair, or rip the clothing of their partner.
Hybristophilia: Criminal Love
Women with a fetish known as hybristophilia are attracted to criminals - even those who are serving time for some horrific crime.
Odaxelagnia: Bite Me
Do you like to bite your partner? Or maybe you find being bitten a turn-on? You don't have to have a vampire fetish to have what's called odaxelagnia.
Welcome to another episode of College Girl Uncensored!
Tonight we discuss the idea of furries and dismiss some common misconceptions about them. We define what a furry is and address the idea that all furries are in it for the sexual aspects. We talk about the different ways that "furryness" is expressed and we talk about what "yiff" is.
Enjoy, and tune in on Monday, April 29th at 11 pm EST for another episode!
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Nicole Cushing may be a new bizarro author, but that hasnt stopped her from appearing in some highly respected venues for weird storytelling.Her short fiction appears in the John Skiipp mass market anthology, Werewolves & Shapeshifters: Encounters With th Beast Within as well as the Cemetery Dance Richard Laymon tribute anthology, In Laymon's Terms. Nicole is now focused on finishing serveral other novellas, in addition to starting her first novel. fans can keep track of her latest publications at www.nicolecushing.com
tonight on the show nicole is going to discuss her book How to Eat fried furries.
Tonights show features an interview with Jamie Kucinski of MPact Events and drummer for aggressive groove metal band FAR FROM SANITY. You'll hearing a bit on both, as well as some do's and dont's in the promotional events business, plus some great advice on wife and husband working together in something. Jamie is really great, down to earth and confident guy, both as a person and in his relationship with God. Was an honor to have him as a guest on the show.
Music wise, here is the list of the bands:
Five Iron Frenzy, Close Your Eyes, Morning dwell,
Ballydowse, Thee Pirates, Deluxetone Rockets,
My Red Hot nightmare, Phinhas, For Today, Sleeping Giant
Refuge, Far From Sanity, Seven Sorrows, States Alike,
Static Line, Anvah, Saints n Servants, Your Pet Moose,
BludSlugs, The Furries, Saint Hooligan, Sacrament, False Idle
Tonight on an educationally sound edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we dive in head first into a pool of stupid by noting that something terrible has happened in the last few years: The idea of using TV to make people smarter has been flushed down the toilet. We'll talk about how Discovery Networks is conspiring to actually make you dumber.Next, when Sergio Branco was diagnosed with cancer, his family knew the resulting medical expenses would be high, which is why his family ensured that he was fully covered by a health insurance provider. Unfortunately, a dispute over .26 cents left Sergio's life hanging in the balance. We'll talk healthcare vampires, and why Sergio's story should scare the hell out of all of us.Later, from the #DontBeDumb files: In yet another case of religion meets stupidity meets power, a Tennessee Child Support Magistrate changed a 7-month-old boy's name to Martin from Messiah, saying the religious name was earned by one person and "that one person is Jesus Christ." We'll talk about how stupid truly is as stupid does, and once again rail about how parents treat their children like toys by ruining their names.Finally, we get further confirmation that we live in a sick, sad world, as police in Boise recently arrested a man accused of sexually abusing a cat on multiple occasions over the course of a year. What's worse...he possibly did it while dressed as a dog. Never heard of Furries? Well you will tonight.All this and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!