KSU's gay magazine interviews furry students
Robbyfox describes his introduction to the fandom, his trip to Anthrocon 2010, and favourably compares furry fandom to the gay community, which he describes as 'more intimidating'.
The article then gives an overview of fursuiting and a dismissive mention of Vanity Fair, before diving into quotes from sociological researcher Dr. Kathy Gerbasi, a description of a local furmeet and a sub-interview with ObliviousAlly.
The centerfold consists of the 'Anatomy of a Fursuit[er]', describing key features of fursuit construction – although as no fursuit could be acquired, a rental mascot costume was used instead.
The subsequent 12 pages consist of a '3-D adventure' photoset featuring similar mascots, accompanied by excerpts from The Burgess Animal Book for Children. It follows the characters frolicking in the autumn leaves, engaging in a pillow fight, buying ice-cream, eating bananas, potato chips and candy, taking a leak, and parodying the 'NOH8' anti-discrimination campaign.
Student participants and the fandom as a whole are portrayed in an affirming and largely uncritical manner throughout the magazine.