I'm not good with introductions, so I will copy the introduction guide from Swedish furs forums.
I'm a 29 year old female
bat living in Southern Arizona, in the Northwest area of Tucson. I'm currently working at a less than ideal job, but income is income. I often
play video games
or mess with stuff on my web server. I also enjoy archery, so at times I can be found at the archery range
near the Desert Museum
. I came to this website because I had found it from the
group on Fur Affinity
, though I don't really think of myself as very much of a furry in the sense that many see it. It's not a culture or identity to me. I own many characters, and I'm a fan of furry creatures, but that's mostly where it ends as I'm not very much of a fan of the fandom. Though that said, I don't mind people who identify themselves as furries, and I don't mind if people assume I am one.
I added links to various things to keep this shorter.
For anyone curious of the guide I was mentioning, here it is translated:
How do you create a good introduction post?
Now I'm not the expert, but assuming what one might want to know of anyone else in order to gain a good idea, but not sit and read an entire autobiography, is probably a good start.
Some points that may be good to try and answer might be:
¤ Age and sex.
¤ Where are you from?
¤ What do you do for work / what do you study?
¤ What do you do in your spare time?
¤ Other interests?
¤ How did you get here?
¤ How do you consider yourself to be "furry"?
¤ Anything else interesting about you?
Of course, there is no need to answer in point form, body text is also nice.
Welcome, it's always good to have other people around identifiable as furry or not. Having just been to my first ever gathering, up in Phoenix (and being more than a little introverted) I can say that the community seems very welcoming, looking forward to meeting the Tucson group.
I know the archery range out near the desert museum, and although I appreciate any opportunity to visit there anytime, I don't know if you are aware, but there is an archery range in Naranja park, in Oro Valley which would be a lot closer for you.
I'm aware of that closer one, but I like the one out by the desert museum because it's a bit more isolated in the middle of nowhere and not right next to the road. It also has a walk around trail you can do. I sometimes target practice with those ones while running.