Lemanic Defence League

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  • Location Little London
  • Country Sweden

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  1. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic "Sonic Dissected" Dissected: Roger's Pontaff Boom Bingo featuring Tin Guerroro   

    ...and now they're on to dissecting Shadow at the moment.
  2. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic General Furry Fandom Thread   

    So this has been created now. An SJW in the Furry community have created a black list of alleged rapists, racists and such.
    "Bad Fur Be Gone" is the name. Here's their twitter account. https://twitter.com/badfurbgone
  3. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic Sonic Boom: TV Series Discussion (Untagged Spoilers)   

    That's the Sonic I know and love.
    Anyone really tired of the term "bro" now? Use it ironically or bust!
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  5. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic What music are you currently listening to?   

    Nuff' Said! Love's not for me!
  6. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic "Sonic Dissected" Dissected: Roger's Pontaff Boom Bingo featuring Tin Guerroro   

    So yeah, here's the latest one of his. This one actually has some redeeming qualities though.
  7. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic The Lion Guard (new The Lion King TV series) (TV Movie - Fall, TV Series - 2016)   

    Now, this is happening! Hakuna Matata!
  8. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic The Lion Guard (new The Lion King TV series) (TV Movie - Fall, TV Series - 2016)   

    Just stop what your doing and enjoy for a minute.
  9. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic Swat Kats Revolution - Kickstarter campaign has begun!   

    YES!!!
    $100.000 has been reached!
    This feels so great!
  10. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic General Furry Fandom Thread   

    The problem with being casual and passive about it is that harassment doesn't just stop and dismantles itself. It just goes somewhere else. Aggression is energy after all. 
    Of course we should do something about the harassments, but to compromise the freedom of expression is only your choice. One solution may be having having signs in the cons that maintains awareness of it. Having educated bouncers may be an another one.
    The other thing is "confirmation bias". You being casual about it doesn't end some guys hunt after juicy stories. There's still money in it, you know. And any sign of resistance from your part against their actions would be considered "being defensive".
    Furries are no less important than a drag show act. It's no orientation, but it delves into the taboos of human nature as well. A drag show act plays with gender stereotypes and expectations in the same way Furries plays with animal stereotypes and expectations. Anthropomorphism exist for a reason and Furries are the artistic outlet of it. "Why do we apply animal characteristics to human traits and vice versa?"
    And I think you just can't measure "Furries" with the same ruler being used with geeks and nerds. It indeed delves deeper than just mere consumption. 
     
     
  11. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic General Furry Fandom Thread   

    A.) It's only described as a fetish by old media. New media is at best indifferent to it. One of the reasons people need to educate themselves about "source credibility". If people in our culture have the need to dissociate themselves to it, they've acquired "internalized fursecution". It's a form of self-loathing that doesn't need to exist in the first place. I'm sorry for what y'all've experienced at cons, but they're there because old media have indirectly advertised it as such, describing it in terms of being a fetish, for example.
    B.)

    How about movies like Fritz the Cat, Animal Farm, Watership Down, Felidae and such? And add BoJack Horseman and the upcoming movie Zootopia while you're at it.
    5NAF?!
    There have been plenty of instances where the "talking funny animal" have been taken out of the supposed kid-friendly context and put into adult settings now. I think people are kinda used to it now. The only instances where the kid-friendly aspect of it is reinforced is through targeted advertising and cynical jokes, which only exist in old media anyway.
     
  12. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic General Furry Fandom Thread   

    I think you have misinterpreted my reply by completely missing the point of both Hiphop and Metal.
    Hiphop is more than just the music. It's the amalgamation of Rapping, DJing, Breakdancing and Graffiti. And from the very start, it had sexual connotations, as it was a result of the deterioration of hippie culture into the ghettos in the late 70's. Black people acquired hippie values and practices and started using them. 
    Metal came to the same conclusion, as it was also a result of the deterioration of hippie culture. The satanic symbolism prevalent in Metal is sexual by default. Even in later years, as Emo's have turned the sexual sides of Metal into cautionary tales almost worthy of being Christian (looking at you Fall Out Boy), it's still there. And why not include Rob Halford, who got Metal into Leather. Inspiration? Sex Shops, of course!
    So can Furries fit into this? Yes, of course!
    The problem is the framing, and the intersectional nature of our culture now just makes it worse, as we just can't seem to agree on anything. And as we acquire more and more ironic detachment to it (to actually survive through it), apathy is starting to show up as no one seems to care anymore, which makes way for yellow journalism to get even more power over it, which attracts more actual deviants to it. Dare I say, criminally deviant.
    There are hints of people caring, but they seem to be patronizing SJW's who reduce it to "kiddie culture" and actively tries to erase any sign of satire and sexual connotations within it. "It's just a hobby!", "Get over yourselves!", "That could've happened to anyone!", "He's just one of us!". The last one was indeed a comment by a SJW-furry about the gas attack on MidWest FurFest.  
    It is a civil rights issue. It's just not as heavy as the other ones. "If you ask another man to set you free, you'll never be free".
  13. Lemanic Defence League added a topic in Green Hill Zone   

    Sonic in the News
    Well, this is a topic about our blue hedgehog in news media that isn't a review nor about sales. Just Sonic culturally.
    Can be a column or an interview with fans and such.
    Let's begin with a Kotaku article about Sanic body pillows.
    http://kotaku.com/welcome-to-the-next-stage-in-meme-evolution-1721642264
    I have no words about this. But what to expect out of a tabloid really?
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  14. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic General Furry Fandom Thread   

    When I look on furries on a pop-cultural scale, I find it comparable with, say, Hiphop and Metal.
    Both Hiphop and Metal have sexual connotations, while still not being automatically associated with it. The thing that made them dissociated with it is "broad appeal", "authenticity" and "righteousness". In order to dissociate Furries with it's sexual nature while still maintaining it, we should encourage more authenticity in our art. "Vanilla-washing" yiff could be the solution. Less outrageous fantasies and more everyday drama framing the sex in a more digestible way. 
  15. Lemanic Defence League added a post in a topic Insults to back up a statement   

    I guess it's a part of the intersectional discourse. It's gonna happen eventually.
    When there's no really good or bad side to adhere to, you're going to put two victimized groups against each other somehow anyway. That will encourage really offensive insults to be used.