Talk:R.C. Fox

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Alright I think we need to address this a bit more. Should we really list his achievements and how active he was in the fandom considering everything now??

Seriously I think we should edit it to be wayyy more barebones. It's like saying "Hey here is a cool person! BTW He's a pedophile".—The preceding unsigned comment was added by 109.202.102.86 (talkcontribs) .

Why would we remove furry information about a person on a wiki encyclopedia about furries and the furry fandom? --Equivamp - talk 13:21, 18 October 2017 (EDT)
Wikis are meant to present information about a subject (in this case, a person), which includes but is not limited to controversies. If you read a Wikipedia article about a politician for example, you're not likely to find their article only highlights their scandals (and in many cases, scandals have their own article). --FrostTheFox (talk) 15:55, 18 October 2017 (EDT)

My qualm is regarding the "Controversy" heading. To me, the word controversy is something you use to describe a furry who intentionally rustles everyone's jimmies, or who has a very outspoken unpopular opinion. Posession of child pornography is not controversy, it's very much felony criminal activity and an extremely serious offense. Instead of "Controversy" I feel a better heading title could be "Criminal Activity" or something like that. But of course, this is just my opinion. - J —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 108.36.216.93 (talkcontribs) .

I somewhat agree that 'controversy' isn't used in the dictionary sense across WikiFur (and, well, the internet as a whole), and I'd be fine with it put both ways, but I feel like considering these events usually garner outcry on Twitter or other social media it's a fair usage. --FrostTheFox (talk) 18:04, 8 December 2017 (EST)