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In a previous blog I examined the Furry Fandom and the people who like to dress up as animals and have sex dressed as animals. One particular subset of the Furry Fandom is a group of people who engage in “pony-play,” but what do we know about the psychology of such individuals? Read More

Pony Play

Liked your article, am amused to be a reference. The original publication date was: January 20, 2009.

Pony play part of furry fandom

I'm sorry but ponyplay is NOT part of the furry community. It's a separate fetish with different intents and practices that only overlap coincidentially.

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Dr. Mark Griffiths is a Chartered Psychologist and Director of the International Gaming Research Unit in the Psychology Division at Nottingham Trent University (UK).


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