>Like to nap
>Lives near a river
>Probably great at cuddles
>Into dominating and mindraping things
Silumgar a qt.
I am genuinely surprised this topic hasn't blown up.
>puts up with my /k/, /fur/, /v/ mindset
>Doesn't mind I have a southern romantic approach to relationships.
>Doesn't mind cuddling
>more effeminate than me (trap/trans)
>cute butt a plus
Incidentally cute either through appearance or personality
Cold or professional exterior
A big guy
I like all types including the opposite but I've gravitated toward these things the most.
Someone drew 34 of pic related last year and I haven't been able to control my boner since.
Hm, they gotta be
>strong, but goodhearted
>down for nighttime cuddling
>little bit of belly, enough to grab
>not a total horny bastard
either pic related or KENN's guys
>floofy black feathers and bright blue eyes
>loves me absolutely
>wants snuggles when it's cold
>little bit of an asshole on the outside but loving and shy on the inside
>doesn't mind wearing girl's clothes
Easygoing, well-mannered, passionate as a lover as well as a a creative mind, willing to go top or bottom equally enthusiastically, keeps body weight somewhere between pudgy and twiggy, and maybe has a vagina in place of a cock and balls. I wouldn't discriminate.
Either that, or be Kicks. He's cute.
Why just settle for one? I get two and it's not even cheating.
If you bring a cerberus then it's a convenient six way.
Like an irl furry? I'd have to say someone who isn't overtly furry. Someone who only lets their furfag flag fly when we're behind closed doors. No suits but maybe different ways to aid in the roleplay. The double life aspect of it could be fun, but I wouldn't want anyone else to find out.
If we aren't talking irl, then I'll take a chubby jock bear who's secretly geeky and loves to cook.
See, this guy gets it. If we're talking an IRL furry bf, you don't want someone who's going to run around screaming "YIFF MAH TAIL HOLE SENPAI LIKE IN THE ANIMES!", You want a guy that can keep up the appearance of being a normalfag and only acts the degenerate filth they are when it's safe.
I'm glad you see it that way. I've considered dating a furry before and I'm considering one now, but in both instances I'm worried about other people finding out. The downside to this is that with an attitude like that I will probably never find someone to share my furry fantasies with because if we're both in the closet about this we'll never find each other.
I'd like to say that this is a problem unique to furries. It's an aesthetic, it's a style, a setting, a microculture, and a fetish. You can say you're a Trekkie without people assuming you dress up like Captain Kirk for sex while your boyfriend dresses like Spok. You can be heavily into steampunk without people thinking you get off to nerf guns that are spray painted to look brass.
Fandoms are inherently a locus for cringe though. They breed devotionalism, mob mentalities, and encourage behavior that deviates from the norm. Whether it's furshit or WoW or Buffy or Harry Potter, there are established stereotypes that can't be easily broken.