You can now use pesudo-mentions here to link to folks on a few other sites.
@email@example.com is one of my favorite monster artists.
So far, I've added pseudo-mentions for:
FurAffinity, FurryNetwork, Inkbunny, SoFurry, Weasyl
🎨 ArtStation, DeviantArt
🗨 Tumblr, Twitter
i layered several of the LGBTQI rights maps from Wikipedia, and it has this vaporwave aesthetic
Nsfw art thought Show more
Most doodles I post are single images rather than narrative multi img things, but - I want to include more of ppl checking on eachother during Lewd Activities bc:
2. I often draw my characters being treated fairly roughly, with power differences - I want to make it extra clear that in those settings, ppl care abt eachother
2b. I want to normalize affirmations of consent in porn & drawn furry porn is a great place to do that - what happens & how it's shown is very curated.
[NSFW for nudity i guess]
my gorgon/cyclops/taur monster oc, lilac. the ruins collage piece i just did feels like the kind of place they'd live
doggos are land otts
seals are water foxes
is this a joke, i wanna find out but i dont wanna give it the views
did you know that "mmf" stands for Show more
more monster fuckings
and every time you say "mmf"
you summon a new critically horny monster
who will promptly fulfill you
and fill you full
so when the demons make you beg for more
but you can't because your mouth is full of demon
just remember one word:
Furcons are great because it's so nice to have a place where you can feel comfortable in how you present yourself.
[plurality, meta] Systems and admin roles Show more
Fresh out of nowhere, I've got a plurality question I've been wondering about for a bit:
For an admin who's part of a plural system, are there additional considerations that need to be made WRT transparency and access policies?
For example, should systems disclose which members will be handling moderation and admin tasks?
Or for those with multiple fronts, is there still a decision of who should have access to something or is it a collective operation?
(System paradigms vary, so I expect there's no one-size-fits-all answer to these.)