Channel 4 isn't the BBC. No, really.
Also I ended up watching this last night with my parents. By turns cringingly awkward and hilariously mundane. Nobody makes kinky fetishes domestically dull quite like the residents of our fair island. Stiff upper lip, what what.
...you can't imagine how trivial it is to us that Channel 4 isn't BBC when they're both part of the Ministry of Housinge.
I wonder if the producers realized that shot at 0:04 is the end of a buttplug up his ass.
I saw a documentary about a group of people in Germany who were into this. It might have been on here that I saw it actually. In said documentary one of the subjects was a big burly 7 foot tall guy who's "master" when he was a "dog" was a woman, which is exceedingly rare in this line of fetishry from what I've seen.
The only part that I found gross was when the aforementioned dude started taking off his latex doggie parts (mask, paws, etc) and literally cups worth of liquid sweat started pouring out.
|Boomer The Dog |
I can't see this video, but it must be about Spot, the Human pup and his friends. I've been interested in this since Spot and the other puppy players are on the more innocent side of fetish apparently, and Spot uses pup play as a vacation from stress in life, just being a simple, carefree Dog for a while with an owner and other pups to play with.
It's something I've been interested in for a while, with friends who talked about similar ideas, escaping into a different role, being something else.
It might seem odd to be a lowly Dog, compared to any Human character with a strong, lively personality, but one thing I know from being a Dog is that people see what you are and can instantly connect, from knowing Dogs now or having one, or remembering their childhood Dog.
Your audience expects you to act like a Dog, which makes you be one even more! I feel being a Dog character is distinct from dressing up as other animals like wolves or foxes.
Look it up, there are lots of articles and reviews of the documentary, for a bigger picture, if you're interested. Way to go Spot!
Here's my blog post about Spot n' doc:
Boomer The Dog
Oops, posted it as new post, hope you see the reply, and the Fursonas movie with Boomie and Furries is finally out.
Oh wow, that's really cool!
You're turning into the canine James Franco.
|Boomer The Dog |
Hi Homer! I just found out about Spot and his scene this week when my Sheepdog friend sent the article to me. Certainly I know about Furries, but didn't know being pups, just to be Dogs in this way and be playful, was a scene. I don't know if this is just Britain and Europe, or also in America too, there are estimated to be 10,000 pups in the UK!
If you go to the blog link I posted, it eventually leads to some sites that include videos, TV show and I saw some other potential videos like Pup's day out, but I didn't take time to watch them yet.
I like the idea that it can be done as something clear from fetish, and used for entertainment and relaxation, just the simple act of being a pup.
It's funny you should mention that! Me and my galpal were discussing this very topic on Thursday; about furries, and how many of them are perverts, yet a few of them are into the anthro-thing in a non-sexual way. I should introduce her to Spot, she might get a kick out of him!
Boomer The Dog
Spot and his scene are new to me, though I think a lot of people will just assume they're Furries, as even some of the articles mentioned Furries. Pups are different, and now it seems we have another animal scene, Furries, Bronies, Therians, Otherkin, and now Human pups.
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