Sarah discovers the truth behind furries

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Sarah discovers the truth behind furries is a video made by Sarah Jesson. The video made many references to the Vanity Fair article about furries.

She revealed it to be a hoax/parody and admits using a Valley Girl accent.

The video[edit]

The video features Jesson talking of several pictures she has allegedly found on the internet. The pictures are several pieces that ran in the Vanity Fair article about the furry fandom.

Jesson appears distressed about her finds and proceeds to freak out over the pictures using the term "fagotty" to describe them. She compares the furry fandom to Anime fandom and cosplay saying that these are lame as well but not as much as the furries. She then pretends furries hang out in woods to "find berries and stuff like that and live there and dig holes". She then ends the video saying she feels like commiting suicide over her findings and not wanting to be part of the human race anymore.

History[edit]

The video was first uploaded on youtube on an unknown date (the original video has been removed) and caught a lot of attention from both furries and their detractors.

A spoof answer video called "Furries in action!" was then created in response to her video and posted on google video . Unfortunately , this video has been removed from the google video servers.

Sarah Jesson later came forward saying the video was a joke and that she very well knew what furries were prior to this video and that it was all done for fun.

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