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It sounds counter-intuitive to suggest that, in order to meet more furry women, you should avoid introducing yourself at a social gathering.
But such non-action is simply respectful and fair, and will save you from being labelled as a creep.
It’s easy to hold them up as an example for all women, and to suggest that all women should consider unsolicited male attention ‘in the right spirit’, or as an ‘ego boost’. It serves to reinforce the idea that women should be able to deal with unwanted advances themselves…
and so the shy, the young, and the I’ve-had-enough-of-this-crap crowd stay away.
Furry gatherings are a place for people, men and women, to socialize with friends.
If a guy is inserting himself into a social group because he is motivated by the chance to meet someone of the opposite sex, then he is breaking the tacit social contract, and needs to cut it out.
I feel like I’m wading into the territory of men’s rights here, a mostly internet-based philosophy that suggests that men have the raw end of the gender stick.
Men’s rights advocates are usually well-meaning, but are misguided.
A single approach, no matter how friendly and well-meaning, can be sufficiently difficult such that it undermines all the good things about being around friends and furries at a gathering.
(It’s even worse if you’re a furry lesbian.) This article is a guide to how a heterosexual male can maximize his chances of finding a furry girlfriend; without being a stalker, without pulling any pick-up-artistry nonsense, and without being creepy or otherwise contributing to the problem that’s keeping women away from the furry community.