Are you familiar with the furry fandom? It’s a subculture of people who enjoy anthropomorphic animals, and it includes a wide variety of interests and identities. One such identity is that of a babyfur, someone who enjoys ageplaying as a baby or toddler animal character. In this article, we’ll explore babyfur culture, what it means to be a babyfur, and how it differs from other ageplay communities.
What is Babyfur Culture?
Babyfur culture is a subset of the furry fandom that involves ageplaying as an animal character who is a baby or toddler. This can include wearing diapers, pacifiers, and other baby or toddler items, as well as engaging in baby or toddler behavior such as babbling and crawling. Babyfurs often have a caregiver or “mommy” or “daddy” who takes care of them and provides them with love and attention.
The History of Babyfur Culture
The origins of babyfur culture are somewhat murky, but it’s believed to have emerged in the 1990s within the furry fandom. As the furry community grew, so too did the diversity of identities and interests within it. Babyfur culture emerged as a way for furries to explore ageplay and infantilism in a furry context.
Babyfurs often identify with animal characters who are babies or toddlers, such as puppies, kittens, or cubs. They may create a fursona, or furry persona, who is a baby or toddler animal character. Babyfurs may also have a “little” or “cub” identity, similar to littles in the ABDL and DDLG communities.
Babyfur Activities and Interests
Babyfur activities can include wearing diapers, pacifiers, and onesies, as well as engaging in baby or toddler behavior such as crawling and babbling. Babyfurs may also enjoy stuffed animals, coloring books, and other toys associated with childhood. Many babyfurs enjoy creating artwork or stories featuring their babyfur characters.
The Difference Between Babyfur Culture and Other Ageplay Communities
While babyfur culture shares some similarities with other ageplay communities such as ABDL and DDLG, there are some key differences. Babyfurs are primarily focused on ageplaying as baby or toddler animal characters, whereas ABDL and DDLG often involve ageplaying as human children. Babyfurs also tend to be more focused on the furry aspect of their identity, whereas ABDL and DDLG are often more focused on the caregiver/little dynamic.
The Controversy Surrounding Babyfur Culture
As with any subculture, babyfur culture has faced controversy and criticism. Some people view it as a form of infantilism or even bestiality, although these claims are unfounded. It’s important to remember that babyfur culture, like all ageplay communities, is a consensual and adult activity. It is not related to pedophilia or any form of child abuse.
Babyfur culture is a fascinating and complex subculture within the furry fandom. It offers a way for people to explore ageplay and infantilism in a furry context, and to connect with others who share their interests. While it may be controversial to some, it is important to understand and respect the diversity of identities and interests within the furry community.