Wednesday, 27 June 2012


Hi Internets.

EDIT: There was an issue with background colour. This has been fixed.

For someone who decided to stop blogging, I seem to be posting quite often!

This is a short story I wrote in about a half hour this morning to express my current state of confusion. I wrote it as a FetLife note and will keep it that way, out of simplicity.  


Once upon a time (because that's how these things begin, right?) in the not too distant past, there was a little german shepherd puppy by the name of Beau. Now, Beau was a very open minded pup and rarely questioned peoples kinks and never thought lowly of someone because of what they were into. However, there was one exception... Furries. Beau could never quite get his head around why people were furries. It just didn't make sense to him. "How could people get sexually aroused by wearing mascot outfits?" He tried to do research but it got him nowhere. Finally Beau came to the conclusion that they were just freaks and that was that. I guess you could say that he had become furryphobic.
Beau tried his hardest to avoid furries and he did so for a very long time. Then, one fateful day, Beau signed up for a social networking website known as FetLife. FetLife was full of amazing people and he even learnt a thing or two and made some amazing friends, but FetLife had a dark side... A dark and furry side! This place was full of furries!!! Beau managed to avoid any contact with known furries for a very long time, until he came across a gorgeous fellow pup who lived in the same kingdom as Beau (Let's call this pup Vulpix).
It was a very long time between seeing pictures of Vulpix and actually meeting him. He was even more gorgeous in the flesh! It was then that Beau found out that this stunning pup standing before him was a furry!!! Surprisingly, Beau didn't freak out when he found out and over time he actually developed a crush for the furrypup. As Beau spent more time with Vulpix, his feelings for him grew stronger and his furryphobia started to disappear. One night, several weeks later, Beau gathered up the courage to ask Vulpix to be his boyfriend. Unfortunately for Beau, Vulpix didn't have the same feelings for Beau as Beau had for him. Beau was heartbroken, but he continued to spend time with Vulpix, after all, there wasn't many pups in this kingdom (or at least, not many Beau knew of).
As time went on, Beau learnt more and more about the furries and realised they didn't just have adult cuddles in mascot outfits, but it was a lifestyle for them, very much like being a pup was a lifestyle for Beau. None the less, he still thought them strange.
Many weeks passed and Beau found himself more and more interested in the furry lifestyle and started looking at more and more still and moving pictures of furries being furries and finding some of them to be cute.
Months went by and Beau's fascination with furries had grown more. On the morning of June 27th, Beau began to think that he may be a furry! He began to feel confused. Lost. Beau hadn't felt this way before. Not even when he was sorting out his sexuality. Was he a furry? Was that the reason behind his furryphobia in the past? Beau couldn't find the answers, so he turned to Fetlife and wrote a story about how he was feeling, in the hope that someone may be able to help him.
The end.

Thursday, 3 May 2012

Long time no speak, interwebs.

It's very interesting to see that even after ceasing to post, people are still visiting and, hopefully, learning from what I have posted.

It's been strange over the last several months. Not only have I not blogged, but I have also spent next to no time online. There are many people (and pups) who I miss chatting to on a regular basis, and many of these people may not know about the recent changes in my life.

First and foremost, I "celebrated" my 21st birthday back in late March. That certainly has not been the highlight of my year. It's not the whole having to be an adult thing, but more of a "why did I do that?" and "what was I thinking?" kinda thing. It's was just a shitty weekend.
The biggest change to my life has been going from being unemployed for over three years to working full time as a personal assistant in a telecommunications call centre. It's been a huge shock to my system (not used to having to wake at 6:30am!!!) but it's been great actually having money to play with after I pay my bills and buy the essentials. I guarantee that my gear collection will increase in size over the coming months. =P
Not only has this job given me the ability to have a life (bit hard to when you have no cash!), it's also given me an amazing esteem boost. It's only been a few weeks but already I notice that I am smiling more and my tagging can't/wont stop wagging.

Friday, 20 January 2012


I've decided to stop updating my blog.
Although people are reading, I'm getting zero feedback.
Yes, I have no life outside of the world wide web, and most my time is spent researching and doing stupid shit... But after putting many hours into this blog, most of which you guys don't know about, and seeing nothing in return, I'm just not finding it as rewarding as it could be. It could quite possibly be much more fun for me if I had an exciting life.. but I don't. I have no interesting stories to share, no crazy experiences to tell you about.... nothing.....
Over the few months that I have been blogging I've opened some people eyes, which was my ultimate goal. So, I guess that's a good thing.....
Anyways.... this is me signing off for the last time.....
*waves paw, opens a bottle of beer and guzzles it down*

Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Puppy Play - The Facts 2.1 (+Other pets!)

At long last I've managed to scrape up a bit of decent info on pup play. This has been taken from the Wikipedia page about pet play. It covers most of the animals associated with pet play but I will focus mainly on pup play (for obvious reasons). If you haven't done so already, please check out my two previous "The Facts" posts. The Facts 1 & The Facts 2

Once again, I'd like to point out that this isn't my view on pup play and that it is completely in someone else's words.
Taken from

Animal roleplay may be either a non-sexual or an erotic sexual role-play (when it may also be called petplayponyplayponyismkittenplay, or pup-play). In its erotic sexual role-play form, one or more of the participants takes on the role of a real or imaginary animal in character, including appropriate mannerisms and behavior, and sometimes a partner will act as another animal, or, in a sexual context, may take the role of rider, trainer, or caretaker (or even breeding partner).
The principal theme of animal roleplay is usually the voluntary transformation of a human being to animal status, and focus on the altered mind-space created. The most common examples are probably canids (pup, dog, wolf), felines (cat, kitten, lion) or equines (pony, horse). Animal roleplay is also used in a BDSM context, where a person may be humiliated by being treated as an animal.
In psychodrama, animal roleplay may be used for a person to explore their personality, as a form of role reversal.

The origins of animal roleplay and petplay are probably various and diverse, again depending upon the participants involved. However, its origins are certainly influenced by costuming, fiction, myth and legend, roleplay and psychodrama in their various aspects. The first commercial manifestation of this fetish was created by Simon Benson the founder of the Petgirls website.

Like much of erotic play and roleplay, animal roleplay in an erotic or relational context is entirely defined by the people involved and by their mood and interests at the time of play. It ranges from the simple imitation of a vocal whinnying of a horse to the barking, panting or playful nudging of a puppy, or playful behaviour of a kitten, to crawling around on all fours and being fed, or petted, by hand. (In the latter instance, its motives may be similar to those of ageplay, i.e. taking on a role that one feels spiritually appropriate or which allows for nurturing, and a change from usual roles in everyday life). To the greater extremes of dressing up as a pony in modified horse tack, masks, prosthetics and temporary bondage based body modification (such as binding the forearms to the upperarms and/or the calves to the thighs).
Public participation in human animal roleplay is varied. A couple could inconspicuously role-play a silly but loving pet play scene in public, but it would look like one partner is merely stroking the other's neck innocently to the casual observer. In the case of many convention-going furries and some BDSM fetishists, one partner may wear a dog collar with a leash attached.
The reasons for playing such a character or animal can vary as much as the actual physical manifestations and intensity of the play. Some people enjoy being able to "cut loose" into a different, or more dynamic personality (e.g., Were-creatures or Catgirls; see other variations). In some cases, pet play is seen as a loving, quiet cuddling time where there is no need for verbalizations and the simple act of stroking, rubbing and holding the other partner is satisfying or reassuring in and of itself for those involved. For others, there may be a spiritual side to it. Some feel closer to their animal totem, while others may identify with something akin to a deeper side or part of their own psyche (see:Therianthropy). For still others, there is the experience of power exchange setup in a context or structure which they can accept. Clearly, again, it depends on the people involved and what they bring to it or take from it.
Additionally, some cases could be considered a type of animal transformation fantasy. They can have strong elements of exhibitionism, be totally enjoyed in the privacy of the home, or lie somewhere between either boundary. While not widespread, erotic human-animal roleplay is still enjoyed by a sizable number of people. However, it is still primarily identified with BDSM practice, or as being associated with furry or other alternative lifestyle activities.
For many participants, it has no connection whatsoever with bestiality, which is controversial and would usually be considered edgeplay in BDSM circles.
It should be pointed out that each type of play can focus on a certain "strength" of an animal character. Pony play often involves the practice and training that a horse owner or trainer would put their horse through to learn how to walk, canter, etc., as modified for human limbs. Puppy play often can involve BDSM related discipline. Cow Play often involves fantasies oflactation and impregnation. The usual limits of safe, sane and consensual apply to roleplay as much as any other activity between humans who accept and respect their partner's interests and limits. For most, this does not include bestiality.
Note: Just because one partner is playing the "pet" does not necessarily make them the passive or submissive play partner in the scene. For example, if the form of pet play is for the meek and timid wife to "transform" into a werewolf or mischievous anime catgirl, she may take the upper hand and dominate the partner. Again, how the play is interpreted is entirely up to the people involved.
Some people believe that they have certain animal 'instincts' and through animal roleplay can let them out. This is especially true in the BDSM communities, where some people 'live' as their chosen animal 24/7. This type of mentality goes beyond roleplay and becomes a full lifestyle for the parties involved. There are also 'hybrids'. These are humans who live part time as one type of animal, and part time as another. This is usually determined by the situation.
There seems to be a growing trend among the BDSM scene in animal roleplay, especially pup and kitten play. Playing the role of a pup or kitten is one of giving over complete control over to another, while the 'Master or Handler' expects only unconditional love and obedience from his/her animal.

Puppy play or dog play is where at least one of the participants acts out canine mannerisms and behaviors, it is sometimes associated with leather culture. The dominant role is taken by a "Handler", "Trainer", "Master", or in the case of someone who still identifies as canine, an "alpha". The submissive may be considered a "pup" or a "dog". Unlike other forms of animal roleplay, it is not uncommon for two or more pups to play together as equals, fight for dominance, or play where one is clearly the "alpha". Puppy play is often about being playful, mischievous, and instinctive. In relation to other BDSM play, a "puppy" who is "unowned" or "uncollared" can be referred to as a "stray". Other elements rooted in BDSM play involve bondage and restriction with collars, leashes, cages, and hoods, the submissive's hands are often covered in mitts, both sexual and non-sexual services are requested, and "training" may take place in order to teach commands. The submissive may be asked to bark, kiss/lick the dominant's foot/shoe, and eat like a dog.

I'd also like to drawn your attention to 
Puppy Play or Dog Training? Yes, there IS a difference! - An article by Scamp where Scamp points out the differences between a pup and a dog, which I feel is a very important aspect that the writer/s of the wiki article forgot to mention. Also, as I mentioned in my last post, I will be posting about the differences between a furry and a pup sometime in the near future. This is also something that I feel is very important and the above related the two. *eeeeep*

Anyways, I best be off. Too damn hot to think!
*curls up in front of fan*

Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Pup ≠ Furry

All too often people call me a furry. Now, I'm certainly not in any position to define a furry because I honestly don't have the foggiest what it's all about! I do however want to try to clear things up. To do this I will be chatting to a few of the local furries, some who identify as being both a furry and a pup, to get their views on the topic. I hope to have this done by the end of the month! *paws crossed*

I'm still doing some more research on pup play (you wouldn't believe how damn hard it is to find decent information!!! [or maybe you would?]) which is why The Facts 2.1 Isn't up yet. I'm also still working on The Facts 3, which obviously can't be posted until 2.1 is up! =P
I hope to have those two up by end of March, a little while away but it all depends on how soon I can find the resources I need. Also, hopefully by the end of March I will have a new computer, which will make things so much easier!!!!

December through March is a crazy time for me each year. Obviously there is the silly season but there is also a ton of birthdays and other family events which require me to travel back to my home town. Due to this, I will be taking a small break around the 25th of this month and again around the 24th of March (my birthday!). This is also an influencing factor on the delay on the above mentioned articles.

A new feature I am looking at adding to my blog in the very near future (pretty much as soon as I've posted this!) will be a calendar which I will list all travel and events, just so you guys can see what I'm up to! =)
I'm sure that as time goes on I will find more bits and bobs to enhance my blog and your reading experience!

Time for me to get back to my research!

*waves paw*

Sunday, 1 January 2012

Kinky New Year!

Welcome to 2012! I got a special delivery to celebrate the new year from Rob Clarke, but I'm not entirely sure what to do with him. Anyone got any ideas?


Sunday, 25 December 2011

Happy Woofmas from BeauPup


Happy Woofmas everyone! I hope Sandy Paws brings you all plenty of goodies! If you're travelling for the silly season, please be safe this silly season and take care on the roads. Make sure you all eat till your bellies are full and drink till you can't drink no more! I am
Currently up in my home town visiting my family for Woofmas this year and will be returning home on the 30th so I can see the new year in while in all my favourite leathers! =D
Make sure you all have a kinky new year and I will see you all in 2012!

*arfs and tailwags*