THE ‘furry’ subculture, whose members dress as animals to have sex, have demanded a celebrity advocate for their lifestyle.
Furry community leaders released a shortlist including Phillip Schofield and Franz Ferdinand frontman Alex Kapranos, who they would like to campaign for understanding of their thing for dressing as football mascots but with open bits over the genitals.
A furry spokesman said: “Inside every man there’s a pulse of arousal whenever Cheetara from Thundercats slinks across the screen or Miss Piggy bends over in a tight dress.
But sadly, because we have no celebrity representation, our conversations about how dirty Romy from Willy Fog is will remain behind closed doors.
“If we could get, for example, Anton du Beke to talk about dressing as a big sexy squirrel to shag his wife in a fantasy nut-thief scenario, it would really open minds.
With the right star and message, I think we can make a difference to the way furries are perceived in this country.
Then we can put clear blue water between ourselves and plushies, those people who have sex with stuffed toys. They are freaks.