Furries inundate Kellogg cereals' Tony the Tiger with animal porn

How sick is this.
Tony the Tiger, the cartoon mascot of Kellogg’s Frosties cereal, is being inundated by tweets of animal porn from furries.
Kellogg Tony the Tiger cereal
Furries are people who anthropomorphise (ascribe human form and attributes) and identify with animals. They create and role-play as anthropomorphic animal characters, known as fursonas, in MUDs (multiplayer real-time virtual world), on internet forums and electronic mailing lists. Role-playing also takes place offline, with petting, hugging and “scritching” (light scratching and grooming) at social gatherings and furry conventions attended by furries in fursuits. A survey in 2008 found that 17% of furry respondents reported an interest in bestiality. (See my post of a year ago, “New perversity: Furries and the Idaho man who had sex with a cat while dressed as a dog“)
Alex Hern reports for The Guardian, Jan. 29, 2016, that being an anthropomorphised cartoon animal, Tony the Tiger is the subject of a fair amount of artwork featuring him, some of which is pornographic, such as depicting an extremely muscly Tony, naked save for his neckerchief, masturbating on an exercise bench.
Tony the Tiger is also the recipient of animal-porn tweets. Things got so bad that on January 27, Kellogg’s started blocking tweets from furries, even ones that weren’t pornographic:
Tony the Tiger tweet
Some furries gave up tweeting Tony and found a new target: Chester Cheetah, the cartoon mascot of Cheetos corn puffs, who is much more welcoming, even flirtatious with the furries:
Chester Cheetah tweets
Truly, America today is worse than Sodom and Gomorrah.
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Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

It seems unbelievable that we have so many people who have mental problems in our society. Where were all these folks hiding 20–30 years ago? Or, are they just feeling free to portray themselves as however they may wish to.

josephbc69
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As for me, I think Eo’s given the best answer, although few will be happier by it. As I wrote earlier, I took a lot of theology and philosophy in University, and two of my instructors were former monks or priests, and they were TOUGH, for which I’m ever grateful. One of them –who’d been a Trappist– hired me as a ‘reader-marker’; I guess he figured I’d ‘got it’ before halfway through the trimester. Anybody here recall those?

josephbc69
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Dear, dear Eo: As much as I hugely admire –and wish I could do as well!– your truly extraordinary sleuthing abilities and Internet research, I’ll be 73 in 17 days and I don’t know how much more of this crapola this old-school guy can stand. To me, it’s truly horrible that this is even happening; if it took place in my time, I heard very little, though I did have an employee –true blue US Marines material, at that!– tell me he had sex w/a sheep on his father’s [a HS principal] family retreat farm in the California Sierras. This… Read more »

Seumas
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Seumas

If it is any consolation Joseph, there are Christians even in unexpected places… the ones causing the problem for the the cereal mascot are probably part of the “majority furry fandom” which is a filthy, ugly, sin-producing mockery, not very reflective of the original “fandom”. Then there is the Christian “minority fandom” thereof, which tries to oppose the garbage where possible, unfortunately it is an uphill battle since the mistakes of the “leaders” in the past ensured that those serving evil slithered their way into the positions of leadership in the “majority fandom” and ran with it as a beta-testing… Read more »

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joandarc

Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this amazing post. It appears in today’s society that sexuality is attached to everything, going so far as to insult and demean animals by the practice of bestiality, not withstanding the practice of dressing like furry creatures to excite people. This, of course, is a factor of moral relativism where there are no absolute values. Sickening and demonic….

John Molloy
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John Molloy

I never liked Frosted Flakes and I have no use for deviants either: the other kind of flakes, whose agenda is to destroy what is left of the moral fabric of our society.

Harry Balzac
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Harry Balzac

This is guaranteed to fall on deaf ears, but Furries are no more related to “animal porn” than Tony The Tiger is. It’s harmless cartoon art. You make a slippery rhetorical jump to put them together but it just isn’t so. Like this: “A survey in 2008 found that 17% of furry respondents reported an interest in bestiality” If you are going to bring up a separate topic, there are people who study these things to advance knowledge. (Scientists… probably your enemies, since reality does upset moralspammers with over-inflated self righteousness.) Here’s what they find. That sort of interest has… Read more »