crucifox (crucifox) wrote in furrymedia,
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So, I'm writing an article...

...about webcomics for my college's paper's A&E supplement. Well, anyway, our website is here. (I know, its not very updated at the moment, but the semester is just starting, and I haven't gotten around to completely updating it.)

Anyway, back to the article in question, well, talking about webcomics without talking about furry is kind of like talking about the American Revolution without talking about the French. You might be able to do it, and people on both sides might wish you would, but you don't get the full picture without mentioning them.

So, any advice on handling the furry issues of the article?
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