I removed the links to fursuitsex and beastpaint because they seem somewhat irrelevant to the article. There are plenty of links on the wiki that adequately demonstrate the concept, I don't think we need to single out any particular ones.
On a side note, the two websites mentioned above are run by the same person, Burmese Python. He is not the same person as Rick Castro, who was responsible for the Sex2K film.----DuncanDaHusky(talk) 11:34, 12 May 2006 (UTC)
- Same person? Really? I followed this link http://www.tigerden.com/infopage/furry/csi.html from the CSI article and it said, "The CSI episode's plot was based on a film called Plushies and Furries by gay filmmaker Rick Castro, which first aired on MTV in 2002. Castro deceived many furries and convention organizers in the making of this pseudo-documentary; scenes were contrived and staged to suit Castro's view of the world, falsely portraying furry fandom as being entirely fetish-based instead of as a fandom that has attracted a few fetishists. Participants in the film have been vilified and all but ostracized from furry fandom. As far as I can determine, the only people responsible for open "furpile parties" are Castro and his associates, trying to catch some fresh meat for a sequel, or the pornographers running sites like fursuitsex.com looking to make a quick buck.". I didn't pay attention to the name or lookup the whois of the website. The website basically says the Sex2K filmmaker ran that website. If you're certain this is innacurate then maybe that should be noted on the CSI article. SleepAtWork
- (Sorry, didn't have much time to check on WikiFur over the weekend) The operative phrase in the above passage is "Castro and his associates, trying to catch some fresh meat for a sequel, or the pornographers running sites like fursuitsex.com" - note the bolded word. This is not a statement that Castro runs fursuitsex.com. Or did you misread my comment above that Burmese Python is not Rick Castro? ----DuncanDaHusky(talk) 13:07, 15 May 2006 (UTC)
- I missed that part. 12:12, 19 May 2006 (UTC)