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“Predation: the Board Game”, by Quentin Long
by Quentin Long
©2009 Quentin Long
Being an agreement regarding the work [title], between You ([name of creator]) and Us (Quentin Long, Anthro’s editor-in-chief), effective as of [date].
An illustration by Cubist, otherwise ...
An illustration by Cubist, otherwise known as Quentin Long, editor of the webzine Anthro (anthrozine.com).
Quentin Long, artist and editor of the furry webzine Anthro, points to the Vanity Fair article "Pleasures of the Fur" and the CSI episode "Fur and Loathing."
Both characterize furries as weird sexual deviants.
Media coverage of the fandom, says Long
, "overwhelmingly tends to avoid the relatively boring ,people who dress up in silly costumes to goof around' storyline."
Instead, the cameras gravitate toward those aspects that make it look like "an attention-grabbing, psychotic freak show," he
said, "something a lot closer to, ,Eww, skunkfuckers!
Film at 11!'"
Quentin Long ...
Quentin LongThe ...
The fandom's most popular furry fanzine, ANTHRO
, has been saved from imminent bankruptcy last October by none other than it's loyal readers.Editor of ANTHRO, Quentin Long, was at risk of immediate eviction from his home and indeed the headquarters of the internet fanzine; however the community came to the rescue, raising over $500 in just a few days.
On the 12th of October, Long
posted an announcement to the front page of ANTHRO
, thanking the readers and furs who had ultimately saved his
home and the fanzine - as well as documenting that he
didn't expect such an amazing response from a last resort.TB