Talk:Foxx (furry artist)
How many furries have to use the term before it is deemed "established"? I doubt there's a specific number. The term is used on the main page of Foxx's site, under the banner "Gestasis Afflicted Furries" It doesn't show up in a search because it's part of an image. http://foxx.furvect.com/ DDragon 07:13, 23 July 2008 (UTC)
I'll vote for it. I've never heard of this term being used. I can understand its origins, but that doesn't really make it a term folks are going to run into very often. That's just my two cents, though.
And as an aside to DDragon, a term becoming "established" most likely means when it becomes much more mainstream to hear bandied about. This is an incredibly niche subject, with an incredibly small target, and I don't think that's quite what WikiFur is entirely about. Maybe if it's gained more exposure in the future, it'd be more fitting? Just thought I'd toss that in there. --IanKeith 09:57, 23 July 2008 (UTC)
Foxx is a guy but the article says "her fursona" Shouldn't you have his full name too?
- Are you writing here that it would make it more comfortable for you if the Foxx entry either had "he" or "she" and not both? Be clear in what you want, m'dear.
- If a person wishes to be refered to as a she, that is their choice. Or, if the fursona is female and the player is male, we still refer to the fursona as "she". Equivamp 15:44, 5 July 2011 (EDT)