Twitter Zoophiles

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Riffraffroff

Guest
I don't use twitter a lot (like, at all), but i've heard there are a couple zoophiles on the site, and usually people on twitter get into arguments every two minutes. Even zoophiles on twitter may argue about zoophilia with some person who is actively looking to shit on zoophiles because they heard about the community's presence on twitter via some commentary youtuber. If you've ever seen one of these arguments or have been in one, what was it like? Do you think there is even a good point in arguing with someone with a moral objection mixed with a superiority complex that is the twitter user you are arguing with? Do you hate how the public treats us? Please feel free to comment your opinions.

My opinions:
-I am EXTREMELY TIRED of hearing about it. All of a sudden, we're shitting on zoophiles online. And since people are scared of getting this new thing called "cancelled," everybody has to act like they %100 hate zoophiles and don't have anything to do with it.
-"Why are you giving them a platform" is gatekeeping, We can never truly understand why someone does something unless we ask, or give them a platform to speak on.
-Arguing is detrimental, in almost every context (especially online). Mind your own damn business.
-It's obvious we as zoophiles have standards over what we are going to have sex with. Even this site blocks content such as reptiles, chickens, and small animals because that does actual harm to the animal.
-Not every zoophile is a fat "discord mod" like peope keep trying to say; most of us seem to be anything but that.
-Zoophilia is not a crime, pedophilia is.
 
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Alpha Cat

Guest
Most self-respecting zoos will not be caught dead on Twitter. I hate to say it but the zoos on Twitter are a sanctimonious bunch who think they should set the standard for what every other zoo should believe. Most of them are a bunch of furries that think all zoos should be left-wing extremists. I have no idea how it came to be that way because it is a far more diverse crowd here on Zooville. From what I've seen we come from all walks of life. I had a Twitter account and then I shut it down after I saw what a toxic cesspool it was.
 
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Riffraffroff

Guest
Most self-respecting zoos will not be caught dead on Twitter. I hate to say it but the zoos on Twitter are a sanctimonious bunch who think they should set the standard for what every other zoo should believe. Most of them are a bunch of furries that think all zoos should be left-wing extremists. I have no idea how it came to be that way because it is a far more diverse crowd here on Zooville. From what I've seen we come from all walks of life. I had a Twitter account and then I shut it down after I saw what a toxic cesspool it was.
I guess that proves I don't use twitter lol. Wow, those don't seem like good zoophiles to me.
 

ZETA_256

Tourist
Sex isn't something people should be angry about, but it is something that they have been taught, or rather, "programmed" to be objectified by. People will need to cast their pointless beliefs behind and see how complex matters really are. Context changes everything, and though logically, you can break something down to true or false, that something exists and a complex context itself. For the the idea of consent, someone or something can willingly give consent and give consent but may not actually be willing(HOW DO YOU KNOW IT ISN'T RAPE!?). People are often forced to do things they don't like or want to due to power dynamics and fear, and this is considered normal. In a lot of ways, that is how the work works, but it doesn't make it just or ok. The whole yes or no thing really applies to people as this exists for legal reasons FOR PEOPLE, and these laws don't even, and couldn't even apply to animals, as animals DO NOT have real rights. These laws exist for people, animals don't speak and say yes or no, yet animals obviously think for themselves and make decisions. As individuals that have influence in the world, we need to see what is what, and not be fooled by those who know what strings to pull in order to manipulate and confuse us. Manipulating, controlling, abusing, and injustice of people AND OTHER ANIMALS are things that are NOT ok, but with how our world is currently structured, it has been made that way in order to maximize profit, efficiency, and power. People need to look at how they live their lives, cast away pointless ideas that are not practical for living, or ideas that are just totally dreamed up in order to tell you lies or even control you... Before you argue on a single idea or word, always remember that there is a possible context which can totally invert and subvert your single argument or idea. People need to be and think more objectively. Unfortunately people reason in different ways, so you can never be sure of someones interpretation and reasoning, or of they are faking it to confuse you or others. Some people are "evil" and not motivated for truth or trying to actually get to the bottom of things, but rather, they like to cause trouble, get attention, and even profit from those things.

Some ideas to consider..
 
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Deleted member

Guest
Twitter - a place pimply-faced leftards argue about every irrelevant thing without any real research.
Real life zoos - people that want to be left the ^^ck alone and live their lives without above said pimply faced lefty speaking for them.
 

nekdoneco123

Esteemed Citizen of ZV
seems like never joining twitter was a good idea.
Sex isn't something people should be angry about, but it is something that they have been taught, or rather, "programmed" to be objectified by. People will need to cast their pointless beliefs behind and see how complex matters really are. Context changes everything, and though logically, you can break something down to true or false, that something exists and a complex context itself. For the the idea of consent, someone or something can willingly give consent and give consent but may not actually be willing(HOW DO YOU KNOW IT ISN'T RAPE!?). People are often forced to do things they don't like or want to due to power dynamics and fear, and this is considered normal. In a lot of ways, that is how the work works, but it doesn't make it just or ok. The whole yes or no thing really applies to people as this exists for legal reasons FOR PEOPLE, and these laws don't even, and couldn't even apply to animals, as animals DO NOT have real rights. These laws exist for people, animals don't speak and say yes or no, yet animals obviously think for themselves and make decisions. As individuals that have influence in the world, we need to see what is what, and not be fooled by those who know what strings to pull in order to manipulate and confuse us. Manipulating, controlling, abusing, and injustice of people AND OTHER ANIMALS are things that are NOT ok, but with how our world is currently structured, it has been made that way in order to maximize profit, efficiency, and power. People need to look at how they live their lives, cast away pointless ideas that are not practical for living, or ideas that are just totally dreamed up in order to tell you lies or even control you... Before you argue on a single idea or word, always remember that there is a possible context which can totally invert and subvert your single argument or idea. People need to be and think more objectively. Unfortunately people reason in different ways, so you can never be sure of someones interpretation and reasoning, or of they are faking it to confuse you or others. Some people are "evil" and not motivated for truth or trying to actually get to the bottom of things, but rather, they like to cause trouble, get attention, and even profit from those things.

Some ideas to consider..
properly editing replies really needs to be a rule.
i'm sure you have something incredibly interesting to tell, but my eyes are falling asleep at like third sentence...
 

Mike The Dog

ZooVille Philanthropist
There are some big misconceptions here! Most importantly, we need to realize that there are individual zoophiles in all places, each with their own beliefs and personalities. I see way more bickering between zoos on this site than on Twitter, but that's not going to make me say that this site is just for zoos to come and attack each other.

Twitter's a good proving ground, because we're exposed to both the hate and the truths behind that hate. We recognise the fear people have about themselves, and the trauma they're carrying from others. We learn who's unable to deal with those feelings, and who's actually just suffering from misinformation. On one hand, we learn to ignore the hatred itself and see the people behind the words (usually bored children, actually). On the other, that "common enemy" pushes our community together. There's quite a bit of turn-over, so the community changes from month to month.

There's also the opportunity to interact past the boundaries of our community. I've taken questions from people who read what I write and approached me privately. Since our main enemy is misinformation, we need people available to answer these questions and dispel myths.

The public portion of the active "Twitter zoo" community is only a few dozen unlocked accounts. There are a huge number of locked accounts, and those mix into real life. You sometimes get a sense of that continuity that connects us all. There really is no outer boundary, and so that's why it strikes me as really odd when someone says something about "those zoos" and what we do or don't do. Who are the zoos? The few outspoken activist accounts? The few arguing with children? The thousands upon thousands of porn accounts? We're all there, and there's some communication. I think it's important to talk about issues that affect us and come to understand each other's principles, and to foster principles in those who haven't thought about it, but that's about all that can be said. I think it's a misconception that we "think [we] should set the standard."
(Actually, what's more likely is that the thought-leaders who are discussing standards also see the value in keeping up with Twitter.)
 

ZETA_256

Tourist
seems like never joining twitter was a good idea.

properly editing replies really needs to be a rule.
i'm sure you have something incredibly interesting to tell, but my eyes are falling asleep at like third sentence...
Well, then you should wake up and pay attention, as it is a short paragraph and I am elaborating on a number of joint ideas. The ideas may seem sparse at first, but I am sure once you read the THIRD sentence, your understanding will start to take shape. Consider that you thought to reply, but not even read what I said, and instead, complain about your ability to pay attention.
 

Beardie10000

Tourist
I tried making a twitter to reach out and start joining the community more but it never really worked out sadly. It would be cool of somebody made a zoo-based platform similar to twitter with a nice UI.
 

Ookami

Citizen of Zooville
I tried making a twitter to reach out and start joining the community more but it never really worked out sadly. It would be cool of somebody made a zoo-based platform similar to twitter with a nice UI.
Just open a ticket with the mods - I bet they'll program a mere twitter in half a day :) Also you don't need to mention a nice UI - That should be the least.
 
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Ruben

Guest
I tried making a twitter to reach out and start joining the community more but it never really worked out sadly. It would be cool of somebody made a zoo-based platform similar to twitter with a nice UI.
There's the free and open-source Mastodon software.
I haven't used it, but it sounds nice. One can set up one's own website with local rules, but you can also communicate with millions of other users on different servers and websites that also use Mastodon, if you choose to. If there's enough interest, we can set up a server.
 

ryirkil

Citizen of Zooville
Twitter wants my phone number and I was unable to use a public one. Moreover, it's clearly makeshift: if you say you are an adult, they won't let you create an account without the number. But if you say you are a minor, the account will be created... only to ask you for a phone number right after you log in. I have blocked the URL of that form and managed to stay in the user settings but everything is blocked anyway.
 
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