More than a decade of research by social psychologists suggests that members of the furries community are just looking for a place to belong, be accepted and to have fun.
More than a decade of research by social psychologists suggests that members of the furries community are just looking for a place to belong, be accepted and to have fun. Associated Press file photo
More than a decade of research by social psychologists suggests that members of the furries community are just looking for a place to belong, be accepted and to have fun. Associated Press file photo

Furries aren’t fetish freaks, they want to fit in with fun fuzzy friends, study finds

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