Instigator / Con
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1500
rating
1
debates
0.0%
won
Topic
#4319

All furries are bad and i have yet to see a person prove otherwise

Status
Finished

The debate is finished. The distribution of the voting points and the winner are presented below.

Winner & statistics
Winner
0
1

After 1 vote and with 1 point ahead, the winner is...

Bella3sp
Parameters
Publication date
Last updated date
Type
Standard
Number of rounds
3
Time for argument
One week
Max argument characters
1,000
Voting period
One week
Point system
Winner selection
Voting system
Open
Contender / Pro
1
1524
rating
51
debates
75.49%
won
Description

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Round 1
Con
#1
Wanna play with fire?
Reason #1    Sexual actions/pornography

"...survey at a furry convention in 2013 found that 96.3% of male furry respondents reported viewing furry pornography... ...estimated 50.9% of all furry art they view is pornographic..."   "...17.1% of males reported that when they viewed pornography it was exclusively or near-exclusively furry pornography, and only about 5% reported that pornography was the top factor which got them into the fandom."
An anonymous survey conducted by the Furry Research C

There was also abuse solely related to the furry fandom. 

"Investigators say the abuse began in 2009 when Parker began taking a 9-year-old boy to a Bucks County home where a group of men dressed up as animals and referred to themselves as "furries.""

"The boy told investigators that a man dressed up as a Red Fox who called himself "Lupine," would take him upstairs during the parties and sexually abuse him. The boy said the abuse occurred several times over a seven-year period. The boy identified "Lupine" as Kenneth Fenske.
Local"

Pro
#2
DISCLAIMER: These are not my current opinions and I am currently playing devils advocate.

Thanks randomason,

Burden of Proof:
"All furries are bad and i have yet to see a person prove otherwise" is shared but mostly relies on pro.

Definitions:

b
make a bad impression

Observations & "Rebuttals": 
Con seems to be confused, I'm pro, not them. Meaning all their arguments apply to my position, no rebuttals needed.

Argument 1:
With my definition of "bad", just thinking about all the furries in the world is unfavorable. I find all furries unfavorable.


Imagine a furry coming up to you and starting to bark...
'Lord' better help if I see one of these barking at me.

Argument 2:
Nobody has yet to prove me otherwise. Based on your arguments, i'm glad you agree with me!
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Round 2
Con
#3
Forfeited
Pro
#4
Extend.

Round 3
Con
#5
Forfeited
Pro
#6
Extend & end. 

"but by the choice of one side to miss at least 40% of the debate, the requirement ceases. And yes, this does apply to Choose Winner, which otherwise would not allow conduct to be the sole determinant)."