Furality Update

We have some exciting news about #FuralityGateway! We have partnered with @FurryWeekend to bring a new and expanded experience to Furry Weekend Atlanta this May 11-14th, 2023. Join us in person as we push what is possible between VR and physical spaces.

Nordic Fuzz Con Dress Code

Some NSFW events in the hotel have a “relaxed dress code” policy in place to allow attendees to wear gear they would normally not be allowed to wear in event spaces. These events are tagged as “NSFW” in the event description and will be advertised as having a relaxed dress code before the event. Events on the Party Boat may have even more relaxed dress codes – specific rules will be announced for those events if this is the case. Signage will also be placed at the entrance to the event informing attendees that a relaxed dress code is in place, and reminder signage placed when leaving the event to ensure that gear is removed or hidden.

Where appropriate and available, changing areas will be provided to allow attendees to change into and out of gear at these events. These will be placed inside the event area as no one is allowed to leave the event area in NSFW dress.

Genital nudity, naked buttocks, or any kind of sexual activity are still NOT allowed at these events. Exposed nipples and areolas are NOT allowed, and must be covered in some way, e.g clothing, tape – this applies regardless of gender. Attendees should also NOT be mostly naked, wearing at least two items of gear or clothing in addition to underwear.

The same rules for behaviour apply as everywhere else at the convention. A relaxed dress code does NOT excuse unwanted physical contact or other improper behaviour.

Leashes/chains are still NOT allowed due to safety concerns. Shoes MUST also be worn at all times, again for safety reasons.

Attendees are STILL EXPECTED to not visibly wear items allowed by the relaxed dress code policy within public areas or outside of event spaces specifically designated as being part of the relaxed dress code policy.

The following types of gear, items, and equipment will be allowed at these events:

  1. Pup hoods, and similar
  2. Rubber, latex (e.g. suits, cuffs, collars)
  3. Leather gear (e.g. harnesses, cuffs, waist jackets)
  4. Cuffs, and collars with lewd tags
  5. Harnesses
  6. Jockstraps (e.g. over fursuits, or with a closed rear)
  7. Lycra/Spandex/similar bodysuits
  8. Clean ABDL gear
    1. Intimate ABDL dress must be covered and not visible at all times, but can be worn under a onesie or other clothing item, e.g. overalls/dungarees.
    2. Soiled ABDL dress must be changed out of immediately. You will be asked to go change if any soilage is noticed by Security.

Musicians Getting Noticed

I have been going to the Furry Variety Show at MFF almost as long as I have been going to MFF. I have seen very talented artists preform, even ones who set up shop outside the hotel or in the Lobby or Skywalk. But sadly I could not tell tell you any of their names except for a few. The reason why the difference, Publicity. Those artists have made it a point to get their name NOTICED. Cassidy Civet in fact did a great job, and they are so talented.

I know I struggle with numbers and my audience isn’t as large as other sites. I hope by word of mouth or text that somehow a artist hears this.

If you want to get noticed you should get recognized by an established site, and I don’t mean me. I am talking about Furry Internet Radio no matter how large or small. Radio Rabbit Hole is just 1 example of many. A lot of artists I find are usually by accident which heads to some favs such as Shadyvox. Even though they do get great numbers on YouTube. I would make a guess some of you NEVER heard of before. That is the problem most artists face, getting their name out.

These days making a MP3 at home is easy, if I can do it anyone can. But getting your name out there is extremely hard. So do yourself a favor SHOUT IT OUT link a posted song to every source you can think of but don’t forget Radio Rabbit Hole who activity looks for new artists. Because they can use the most help. You can tag me on Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr in fact anywhere I can be found as I promise to share what is tagged to me.