Do You Ever Cry From Being Discriminated As A Zoo

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Mickflare

Guest
Nope. If people wanna hate and attack someone just because their view points are different, well thats on them to make that choice in behavior.
 

Maldoror

Zooville Settler
I fuck animals, why would I expect anything but discrimination from people? I mean, if people would know I'm zoo. If they don't, everything is fine. If they find about it, that would be my fault...
 

Sohappy69

Tourist
I fuck animals, why would I expect anything but discrimination from people? I mean, if people would know I'm zoo. If they don't, everything is fine. If they find about it, that would be my fault...
Kind of agree with you on that. Sites like these are nice to talk with likeminded people. But I do wish I could talk to people closer to me about it without worry. Never cried about though.
 

ScotExotic

Citizen of Zooville
Doesnt make me sad or angry. Im just a little shocked by the sheer amount of literally murderous vitriolic hatred for us thats still out there and so widespread across the spectrum. You can get a warped sense of reality being in this wonderful little bubble(Zooville). People fucking HAATE us out there. lol its kind of funny really.
 

Bloodwolf

Prized Citizen of ZV
I’m devoid of tears by now. I can give two shits and a popsicle at this point. You wouldn’t really be able to change there minds anyway.
 

HugDoggy

Citizen of Zooville
It can be a little depressing that I can't be open about my love for animals, but it has never brought me to tears.
 

ryirkil

Citizen of Zooville
You can get a warped sense of reality being in this wonderful little bubble(Zooville). People fucking HAATE us out there.
Oh yeah, You totally can. Not even by staying here, I have taken a break for about 2 years and have just been wondering how is it that no one realizes I'm a zoo. I mean it's so obvious when You look at my future plans. Then it hit me that even though I take it for granted that there are zoos basically everywhere, just a low percentage, normal people usually have no idea and treat it like something exotic that would never happen around them. They just don't want to even think about such a possibility until someone is actually caught or comes out. I have heard maybe 6 jokes about us in my entire life (not counting the internet and I have no IRL zoo friends).

Answering the question: no, never. If I don't want the prosecution I can just stop reading what those idiots want to say. If I went public it might have been different.
 

Pillar

Prized Citizen of ZV
Staying closeted so as not to get personal attacks or exiled by my community.
The community? Unless you're abusing your animals you should be accepted by most just fine (unless you enter the Dumpster Fire, you're gonna need skin as thick as walls in there).
 

HugDoggy

Citizen of Zooville
Nah. I put my efforts into not getting caught so I don't have to deal w discrimination first-hand
I have to say I am exactly the same way, but there are times I wonder how things will ever change if none of us takes a stand, to show we are different to the animal abusers out there.
 

Huskeroni

Tourist
No, because being a zoo is something that concerns me and my dogs only (and other zoos, naturally ;)). And even then, I think these people that are that far up their ass to not consider any arguments are not worth to shed a tear.
 

saddlebum66

Prized Citizen of ZV
Sounds like a silly question....you cannot be discriminated against as a zoo if no one KNOWS youre a zoo. If youre being duscriminated against, its not the zooishness
 

V4rmint

Citizen of Zooville
Sounds like a silly question....you cannot be discriminated against as a zoo if no one KNOWS youre a zoo. If youre being duscriminated against, its not the zooishness
I would argue that having to hide part of yourself for fear of imprisonment or worse constitutes discrimination by the law
Plus there's the endless supply of shit talking ppl do abt us even when they don't know we are zoos
And just look at what antis are doing in the furry community, harassing & doxxing other furries for as little as drawing or liking animal genitals on animal people...
 

saddlebum66

Prized Citizen of ZV
You may argue that. What is happening to furries is not the same thing; they generally live in the open. We do not. Would you tell your parents? Your kids? You may not have CHOSEN to be zooish( I tend to the idea that we are born) but you DO choose to continue pursuing what you KNOW is societally unacceptable. Are you not discriminating against society? Seems like a two-way street in that respect. We all assume society cannot handle us, but we all break the law and mores in our pursuits....are we better smarter, stronger? I dont think so. We do it anyway. I dont feel as though I'm a victim....do you?
 

V4rmint

Citizen of Zooville
Idk, maybe a little. It sucks a LOT but I don't let it get me down. It's no one's business who or what I fuck except for the ones I'm sleeping with. But whereas I'd be embarrassed if a stranger found out I'm into BDSM I'd be thrown in prison & labeled a sex offender for life if a stranger found out I'm into dogs. The law is discriminatory, surely we can agree on that
 

ryirkil

Citizen of Zooville
Are you not discriminating against society? Seems like a two-way street in that respect. We all assume society cannot handle us, but we all break the law and mores in our pursuits....are we better smarter, stronger? I dont think so. We do it anyway.
I don't think breaking the law is a discrimination against the society. The law is here to protect the people and animals. So if it fails to do so why bother sticking to those rules other than to avoid getting punished? We do not harm anyone, that is not a discrimination. It's just ignoring a stupid rule that does not help anyone. And if You are concerned about doing something "societally unacceptable", then as You said, we are not open about it. From the outside viewpoint we could as well not exist.
 
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saddlebum66

Prized Citizen of ZV
I don't think breaking the law is a discrimination against the society. The law is here to protect the people and animals. So if it fails to do so why bother sticking to those rules other than to avoid getting punished? We do not harm anyone, that is not a discrimination. It's just ignoring a stupid rule that does not help anyone. And if You are concerned about doing something "societally unacceptable", then as You said, we are not open about it. From the outside viewpoint we could as well not exist.
Because obedience to the law is the contract by which Society exists. If you are not open about this behavior, you arent likely to be punished for it. No fringe group is vital to society's needs. More, ANY deviance from standard sexuality is just as nonproductive, and also might just as well not exist. Degree is different, but discrimination over that gamut of behavior is not only against zoo. We arent being singled out as zoo. We're being dinged for being deviants generally. But we return the favor by disobedience; we don't agree with certain laws so we ignore them. Why would Society NOT discriminate on this?
 

ryirkil

Citizen of Zooville
I feel like You are a bit off topic but ok.
Why would Society NOT discriminate on this?
I'm not sure if that refers to
We're being dinged for being deviants generally.
or
But we return the favor by disobedience; we don't agree with certain laws so we ignore them.
. When it comes to the law then a prohibition would be a good example. There are stupid laws being made and sometimes not just a small group of people notices that but the majority of population. So yeah, it is possible not to be discriminated on by the society for breaking the law, although the government is a different story.
Discriminating "deviants" on the other hand... There is something in our species that tries to suppress differences in general so You have a point that such discrimination can spontaneously occur but there still should be counterexamples somewhere. I'm not that familiar with non-western cultures so I won't give any here.

If you are not open about this behavior, you arent likely to be punished for it.
Precisely why I don't care.
 

waarom170

Zooville Settler
No, I only cry when mourning loved ones, hearing extremely bad news (health or maybe being fired), altough I do get a bit teary eyed when I'm feeling 'it' (amazing piece of music, touching part in a movie or series, intimate moment with loved ones). I usually manage to pass that off as iritated eyes due to lenzes or something. But I dont cry over trivial stuff like being treated badly or whatever. I'm stone cold. Except for that whole list of stuff.
 
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