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Thanks, Internet: A Dominatrix Deer Dancing At A 1980's Furry Convention

This is a 15-minute video of furry pioneer Robert Hill dancing in the 'Bamboid' dominatrix deer costume he made for the 1989 ConFurence, the "first exclusively furry fan convention." Songs include hits from R.E.M., Weird Al and Peter Gabriel. Maybe it will turn you on, maybe it will turn you off shrug it just made me hungry. Keep going for the video.
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