Second Life Furry
A Second Life furry is an anthropomorphic avatar that combines both human and animal-like features. Their skins usually have a fur-textured appearance, but that is not an absolute requirement. The most important element is the animal-human combination of features, like a rabbit’s head on a human body, or a human head with a cat’s ears and tail. There is a large fan base of the furry genre online which comprises science fiction writers, artists and virtual world role players. Second Life (SL) has an entire PG rated area dedicated to the furry theme.
The SL furry community gathers in
It has been a part of Second Life since 2003, and is open to the public. In fact, it is located so close to the new resident welcome area that it is frequently visited by non-furry users, too. The original founders of Luskwood also own and operate
a business which builds and sells furry SL avatars. The owners often host parties and events featuring entertainers and other artists. But most of Luskwood has been built as a nature preserve, without commercial development. Events are held in the ‘park’ area.
The owners of Luskwood have continued their focus on preserving nature by creating
The development plan is completely residential and does not allow commercial builds, so there are no noisy nightclubs to disrupt the peace and quiet. Residents who want a low-density place to live can participate in the ‘free rent’ arrangement which only requires paying a portion of the overall rental cost for the area. Users do not have to be a SL furry to live in Lusk Estates.
is dedicated to the furry community and created by furry fans. Although this wiki is not part of the SL knowledgebase, there is a page about
that gives quite a bit of information about the inworld furry community. A history of SL furries as well as their impact on the SL community is included.
Second Life furry parts
Although Luskwood Creatures build and sell their famous furry SL avatars from their website, SL residents can create their own Second Life furry avatar by changing body parts. Adding a tail, wings or animal ears is enough to qualify as a furry. Various different versions of these anthropomorphic parts are available in the Second Life marketplace for anyone who desires to be part of the furry community.
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