Challenging Myths About Furries and Sex: Vice Media asks; Furscience Answers!

Vice Media (Canada) came to CanFURence in 2017 to speak with and record Furries and the Furcience team at work. Here are a couple minutes of what they got in a new piece just released yesterday. Unfortunately, some have experienced regional blocks, and if you can’t watch it in your area/country, apologies in advance. We’re advocating for this to change, but the decision isn’t ours, and we’re waiting as anxiously as some to see if this changes because the world needs to see...

Dr Gerbasi Talks Furries and Science

If there’s one thing Furries like more than science, it’s the science of furries, and Dr. Gerbasi delivers that and so much more in this lecture at Niagara County Community College, NY. Watch, learn, and share with your friends and family, and anyone else who needs to understand about furries and their fandom, and most importantly,...

Jenny McCarthy Interviews Dr Roberts for her SiriusXM Show!

Jenny McCarthy wanted to know more about the fandom, and like most who are curious, started with the misbelief that it’s a fetish, but she was kind enough to have a Furscientist on to explain it! The show was live and broadcast on SiriusXM Radio Channel 109, but for those of you who don’t have a SiriusXM Satellite subscription, the Jenny McCarthy Show was kind enough to give as a copy, and let us post it here, so everyone could listen. Enjoy the show: Dr Sharon Roberts brings the Science of Furries to the Jenny McCarthy Show! (Audio only) from Furscience on Vimeo....

Furries Speak Out!

Furnal Equinox 2017 attracted furries from all over to come and enjoy Toronto! There to witness and document this gathering of furs was none other than your friendly furscience team, encouraging people to attend Dr Roberts‘ research talk (held on the Saturday to standing room only crowd of furs and friends of furs) and to film its next promotional piece, The Furry Bunch–a spoof of the 1970s sitcom, The Brady Bunch. In equally exciting news, Vice Media came calling, brought their cameras, notepads, and rolled their sleeves up to do what furries and Furscience has been advocated for: cover the actual story of furries, not the sensationalist, Hollywood/media version. They came with an open mind to talk to real furries, and published, “Furries Tell Us How They Figured Out They Were...