I'm just this weirdo on the internet with a silly inflatable lavender unicorn for an online avatar. My biggest claim to e-fame is that folks who say they don't take the internet seriously get incredibly bent out of shape over me.
It always amazes me how delusional my critics are; half of them think I want to turn the fandom into some sort of fetish wonderland, and the other half think I want to whitewash all the sex out of the fandom. It's mind-boggling.
How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love WikiFur
"I'll probably regret asking this, but what's WikiFur's current policy (if any) for dealing with people who use WikiFur articles as a platform to make unsupported claims about things that have nothing at all to do with furry fandom in the first place?" —Xydexx, May 2009
Answer: It's not vandalism, it's a "content dispute."
I used to be weary of WikiFur's contradictory and mercurial standards, but then I realized nothing is going to be done to remedy them. These days I think WikiFur is akin to watching a TV network dedicated to running over watermelons on an expressway. It's so much easier to deal with and makes so much more sense if you look at it as entertainment instead of information.
Food For The Saints That Are Quick To Judge Me
- Furry in the Media(was An Appeal to Mark Merlino) – A 1997 AFF post where Xydexx supports conventions having a Media Liaison. (Apparently also the first time this was ever suggested.)
- Allright, I'll put my money where my mouth is. (Was: Re: An appeal to Mark Merlino) – A 1997 AFF post where Xydexx supports a "Newbie SIG", the predecessor to "So This Is Your First Con?" panels seen at conventions today.
- A Furry Thing Happened... – A 1998 AFF post where Xydexx recommends distributing press releases to the media
- A Million and One Ways – A 1997 AFF post where Xydexx supports "distributing positive, accurate information about the fandom as far and wide as possible"
- How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love WikiFur - November 4, 2010
|See the article about Xydexx.|