Great Job, Internet!: The insane story of a furry convention undone by its descent into debauchery
Furries are quick to cry ”fursecution,” and occasionally have every right to, what with the likes of Tony The Tiger casting shade in their direction. Their cause, however, isn’t helped by the heaps of bad press being culled in the wake of the bad apples in their midst. First, there was Foxler And The Furry Raiders, a band of furries who may or may not be neo-nazis. And then there was the issue of the Rainfurrest 2015, a clusterfuck of epic proportions that’s just been chronicled by YouTuber Internet Historian.
Buckle up before hitting play on this one.
Rainfurrest 2015 was meant to be a peaceful gathering where furries could don their best costumes, flaunt their talents, and get freaky (or not). But when your festival opens with an organizer addressing “rumors” or an “evil curse” afflicting Rainfurrest 2015, you’re probably not off to the best start …