Anti-Furry Coalition

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Anti-Furry Coalition
Author(s) Owners: ?
  • Site Founder: ?
Status Offline
Launch date 2007
End Date February 20, 2012
Genre Critic site, Hoax
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The Anti-Furry Coalition, or AFC for short, was a self labeled anti-furry (hoax) website.

Intended goals[edit]

AFC - in its own words - was:

Anti-Furry Coalition
An organization dedicated to the protection of families and communities through education and community action
Anti-Furry Coalition

It purports to be a resource center for people who would like to learn more about furries:

Anti-Furry Coalition
(...)without the fear of running into the objectionable content that goes hand-in-hand with the fandom
Anti-Furry Coalition


This section of the site offered downloadable printable material including a "Five Steps for Staying Furry Free" poster, and a "Are Furries Corrupting your Children?" leaflet.

Takedown petition[edit]

A petition (Give Rights to Furries!) was started by Kailey Stuart on the petition site Care2 for the purpose to try to shut down AFC.[1][2] The goal was to gather 1.000.000 signatures to do so. Even tough the author claimed to possess the full amount to ask for the shut down:

Anti-Furry Coalition
Dear Furry Persecutors,

This mainly targets the Anti Furry Coalition (AFC), but goes out to all those who unjustly discriminate furries. We have gained 1,000,000 signatures on a petition, and hereby ask you to please shut down your organization against furries. We have harmed no one, and would like to be treated fairly. That means no more anti-furry signs, no "Escape the Furry" mazes for children, etc.

Anti-Furry Coalition

The petition only gathered 69 signatures.


  1. Give Rights to Furries! petition on Care2. Retrieved April 12, 2013.
  2. New “Furry Rights” petition circulating news article on Furry News Network. Retrieved April 12, 2013.

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