The board of directors of the Mid-Atlantic Anthropomorphic Association, Inc. released a statement today about action taken to remove a member during Fur the ‘More, a furry-themed convention held March 10-13 in Arlington, VA.
The statement is a follow-up to yesterday’s tweet:
A Twitter thread of speculative discussion about why the unnamed subject was banned starts here.
Honestly, after the Worldcon case, we won’t be seeing any explicit statements in the near future or possibly ever.
So fair enough.
That’s how I encountered the story, in fact, somebody linked to 770’s story about the $100K Worldcon 76 spent defending JDA’ssuit.
Only one question. What’s a legal-fur? The term is used in the statement.
@Cat: I strongly suspect that “legal-fur” just means “member of the furry community who is also a lawyer”
Like Col. Boozy Badger https://linktr.ee/boozybadger ?